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1962 



To the Class of 1962 

For four wonderful years, Salem State 
College has been the focal point in our 
lives. Soon, however, we shall be leaving 
the campus to begin our teaching careers, 
some of us never to return. With this thought 
in mind, the CLIPPER staff has attempted 
to make your yearbook the means by which 
you may return vicariously to the College 
in the years ahead. We hope our endeavors 
meet with your approval. 




HONORING 



^t^aniei ^rancid ^J^lcLrrigun , ^r. 



FRIEND OF THE CLASS OF 1962 
A KINDLY, UNDERSTANDING GENTLEMAN 
WHOM WE 
ADMIRE AND RESPECT 

FOR HIS 
SERVICE, HIGH IDEALS 
AND 

DEVOTION TO HIS ALMA MATER 





STATE COLLEGE AT SALEM 



In writing a message to the Class of 1962, I should like to stress the important 
place each of you will hold as a teacher in our society. "A little learning is a dan- 
gerous thing; drink deep or taste not the Pierian Spring." I take my thoughts in writ- 
ing to you from the familiar words of Alexander Pope. As you know, the Pierian 
Spring was the spring in North Thessaly from which the Muses drank and so refreshed 
the wisdoms and skills in the arts and sciences with which they inspired the human 
race. 

Graduation with the degree in education which you will receive marks neither a 
separation from college nor from learning. Today, as never before, great demands 
are being placed upon the teacher, for the classified body of knowledge is becoming 
greater and greater. There is a dearth of elementary and secondary teachers in the 
fields of the arts and sciences. To be equal to the task of teaching young Americans 
in the late twentieth century, a teacher must continually study while he is teaching. 
The four -year program in teacher education is only the beginning. I would urge each 
of you to continue your study in the area of arts, sciences, and the languages. 

If you continually deepen your knowledge, you will awaken in your pupils intellec- 
tual curiosity. An unique reward will come to you when you see a young mind seeking 
to satisfy its intellectual curiosity, for you will know that without the effort to share 
your knowledge the pupil would not be able to deepen his. It is a truism that the teacher 
affects eternity; he can never tell where his influence stops. Your long and continuous 
preparation will benefit in unmeasured ways the young minds you influence. 

In behalf of the faculty and staff may I extend congratulations and best wishes to 
the Class of 1962. 

May you return to the college often. 



Sincerely yours, 




FREDERICK A. MEIER 



Editor-in-Chief 
John Daly 

Assistant Editor 
John Gallagher 

Literary Editor 
Carol McDonald 

Art Editor 
Beverly Rankin 

Business Managers 
Frances Emerick 
Janet Fisk 



Advertising Editors 
Henry O'Donnell 
Phillipe Tache' 

Photography Editors 
Frank Medina 
Ann Ricciardiello 




Mary, Janet, and Franny 



Staff 



Secretary 
Mary Hackett 

Associate Editors 
Virginia Gordinier 
Frank Hall 
Carolyn Moritz 
Arthur Ouellette 
George Pigeon, Jr. 
Ann Santilli 

Business and Literanj Adviser 
Miss Gertrude Burnham 

Art Adviser 
Mr. Stephen Panosian 





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FLORENCE S. ALEXANDER 
English 



MICHEL J. ANTONE 
Mathematics 



DR. MARY A. RRADLEY 
Education 





DR. JAMES T. AMSLER 
Chairman, Education 
Director 
Student Teaching 



MILDRED BERMAN 
Earth Science 



ALFRED L. BORGATTI 

Biological Science 




J. CLIFFORD CEER 

1950 - 1961 

"The hearing ear and the seeing eye" 

Not long after the beginning of the present academic year, the entire College 
was saddened by the death of Professor J. Clifford Geer, chairman of the De- 
partment of Audio-Visual Instruction. Mr. Geer brought to Salem a wealth of 
experience, gained in the educational systems of Connecticut and Massachusetts. 

His kindly sense of humor, and his awareness of the problems of the students 
combined to make him a faculty member who will long be missed by those who 
knew him. 





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V. John Rikkola 
Principal 



Agnes McCourt 
Grade One 



Dorothy B. Stanley 
Grade Two 



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School 



Olive E. Ulton 
Grades One and Two 




Ruth L. Southwick 
Grade Three 




Ruth M. Richard 
Grades Three and Four 



Doris A. Cambridge 
Grade Four 



George E. Higley 
Grade Five 



Frances M. Buckley 
Grades Five and Six 



Joseph S. Salerno 
Grade Seven 



Miriam E. Linskey 
Grade Eight 



Minerva M. Hudgins 
Grade Six 

1946 - 1962 

Ever mindful that the development of 
character should accompany the acquisi- 
tions and understandings, Miss Hudgins 
sought and secured in her classes an aware- 
ness of those simple virtues* — often over- 
looked in this fast-moving age — of prompt- 
ness, neatness, responsibility and self-dis- 
cipline. 

The many children influenced by Miss 
Hudgins during her years of public service 
came to realize that her standards were 
high and that they were expected to work 
at their fullest capacities. She has been a 
credit to the teaching profession. 

V. John Rikkola 





Theresa Dimakakos 

Clerk 



Patricia L. LaBonte 
Clerk 




Eileen O'Keeffe Sanford Elaine M. Soucy Mary G. Ward, R.N. 

Clerk Clerk College Nurse 




Ann K. Clark 

Principal Bookkeeper 



Ann K. Clark was graduated from Salem 
fifty years ago. Thirty-five years ago she 
entered the service of her Alma Mater, 
and thereafter gave of her time and energy 
with unwavering loyalty and devotion. 
She is now retiring, and we wish her many 
happy years in which to enjoy deserved 
hours of leisure. 




BRUCE F. JEFFERY 
1947 - 1962 



Mr. Jeffery s retirement this June marks the end of a distinguished career as 
chairman of the Business Education Department. During his years at Salem, his 
untiring efforts on behalf of our College have earned the unqualified admiration 
of all who know him. Once Acting President of the College, he has been a lead- 
ing figure in the rapid growth of Salem. 

Mr. Jeffery has served for many years as chairman of the Senior Class ad- 
visers, and it is in this capacity that we have come to know him best. What has 
impressed us most about him is his sympathetic concern for every student in the 
College. Always courteous, he is truly a gentleman. We thank him sincerely 
for the invaluable aid he has given us and wish for him the happiness in retire- 
ment that he so richly deserves. 



Senior C^iadA — $di 



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Mr. Roger Hardy, Dr. Timothy Clifford, Mr. Lawrence Lowrey 
Mr. Bruce Jeffery, Miss Gertrude Burnham, Dr. Helen Mackey, 
Dr. Leo Hennessey 



TO THE SENIOR CLASS ADVISERS, WHOSE EXPERIENCED 
HANDS HAVE GUIDED US THROUGH OUR LAST AND 
MOST DIFFICULT YEAR AT SALEM, THE CLASS OF 1962 
OFFERS ITS SINCERE GRATITUDE. 



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Senior C^iadd O^icerd 




Waiter Jl. Cuffe, PRESIDENT 

Jrank J4aii VICE PRESIDENT 

l£utli WlcQiLray SECRETARY 

fftarpann J4uriey TREASURER 




Pi Omega Pi 2, 3; Corresponding Secretary 4; Sophomore Show Usher- 
ette; Daisy Chain 3; E.B.T.A. 2, 4; Dean's Aide 1, 2; Red Cross Donor 
Program Chairman; Public Relations 2,3; Open House Guide 3, 4; Audit- 
ing Committee 3, Chairman 4; Log 2; Dean's List 1. 



"Let's have a party!" . . . "Why?" 
First in line . . . Lawrence bound 
you feel?" . . . Peace Corps. 



Friendly . . . 
"How would 




Book Club 1; S.N.E.A. 4; A.C.E. 4; Sophomore Show; Committees: 
Sophomore Show Program 2; Investiture 4; Dean's Aide 1, 2; Moveup 
Day Honor Guard 3; W.A.A. Awards 3; Basketball 2, 3; Field Hockey 
2, 4; Soccer 3; Swimming 3; Volleyball 3, 4; Ski Weekend 1, 2; Honors 
Program 3, 4; Dean's List 2, 4. 



"Better late than never." . . . Easy going . . . Mary 
and Joe . . . Page 1 Salem News . . . Pillow cases . . . 
Never a dull moment . . . "Oh, kids!" . . . "California, 
here I come!" 




t^icliard s^lexander 

580 CABOT STREET 
BEVERLY 
BUSINESS 
MARCH 18 



Book Club 2, 3, 4; E.B.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Pi Omega Pi 2, 3, 4; Business Council 
Representative 3; Usher 3; Junior Week Committee, Chairman of Clam- 
bake. 




Dolly . . . Rickie . . . "Hi, Darlin' "... Off 
to work . . . "Now let me tell you" . . . My 
little black book . . . "God love 'em" . . . 
Santa Claus . . . "Did you see my son's 
pictures?" . . . Shorthand Refugee . . . So- 
ciety arrives late . . . "Let's go out for a 
smoke" . . . November. 




A.C.E. 4; Chess Club Treasurer 2, 3; S.N.E.A. 4; Massachusetts Teachers 
Association 4; Sophomore Show; Usher: Dartmouth Concert 1; Coast 
Guard Concert 2; Salem-Fitchburg Concert 2; W.A.A. Bowling 3; Dean's 
Aide 1. 



Always in a group . . . "Cha-Cha-Charge!" . . . The 
Zeke . . . "Not working, just putting in my time." . . . 
Julie and Zeke's date bureau . . . The Whistler . . . 
. . . "What, me worry!! . . . From A to Z . . . "Can we 
ever be alone?" . . . Italian cookbook . . . Oh, that 
smile! 




"The Quiet One" . . . Fine fellow . . . Short in sta- 
ture, but a big, big man . . . "Where's Jeff?" . . . 
Best little man in the league . . . Easy to get along 
with. 



39 BOARDMAN STREET 
NEWBURYPORT 
ELEMENTARY 
MAY 24 




A.C.E. 4; Camera Club 3, 4; College Choir 1, 2; Cribbage Club 2, 4; 
E.C.T.A. 4; International Relations Club 3, 4; M.T.A. 4; S.N.E.A. 4; Sci- 
ence Club 3; Cooperative Council Representative 4; Sophomore Show 2; 
All College Show 2; Commencement Day Usher 3; Committees: Fresh- 
man Dance 1; Junior Week 3; Varsity Soccer 1, 2; M.AA. Basketball 1, 
2, 3, 4; Football 2; Softball 1, 2, 3, 4. 



Fred . . . Orange Juice King . . . The Great 
White Hunter . . . Football in the snow . . . 
"The wife and baby are fine." . . . Always 
a smile ... A devoted G.I. ... "Let's sign 
up." . . . "Thanks, Poopsie." 



67 YALE STREET 
MEDFORD 
BUSINESS 
DECEMBER 24 



Glee Club 2; Pi Omega Pi 3, 4; Cooperative Council Representative 2; 
Business Council Alternate Representative 4. 



"Ciccordia" . . . "Where's Dutch?" . . . "Let's play 
cards" . . . "There's a hair in my food." . . . always 
joking . . . southpaw . . . "Excuse me." . . . "Yes, 
ma'am" . . . "What library?" . . . Pat . . . "summa 
cum Lousy." 





Sophomore Show 2; Varsity Soccer 1, 2; M.A.A. Basketball 1, 2, 3. 



" Run to the roundhouse, Nellie". . . Hoss . . . Stella 
Dallas . . . early bird . . . "Where's my next class? 
. . . Wake up, Mr. Baker . . . Florida . . . "When 1 
had the apartment Sexpot. 




6 LINCOLN STREET 
LYNN 
BUSINESS 
NOVEMBER 8 



Kappa Delta Phi 1, 2, 3, 4; Cooperative Council Alternate Representative 
4; Usher Commencement 3; M.A.A. Bowling 2, 3. 



"Dutch" . . . "Where's Tony?" . . . "Want to play 
cards?" . . . "I've got a pain in my chest. ' . . . "It's 
a pop." . . . Bowling whiz . . . Politician . . Carol . . 
Ted Williams . . . "What library?" 



Judith d^arher 

54 SOUTH PINE STREET 
BRADFORD 
ELEMENTARY 
AUGUST 18 




W.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Committees: Invitation 4; Flower 4; Dean's List 4. 



"Rise above your attitude!" . . . denim headband 
. . . chocolate covered . . . grasshoppers and red 
apples . . . "What's your problem?" . . . "Oh really!" 



France 3 ^~oster (J3arne5 

231 BOWDOIN STREET 
WINTHROP 
ELEMENTARY 
FEBRUARY 11 



Dean's List 3, 4. 



Bob . . . Knitting . . . Way ahead . . . "Get 
that pattern!" . . . Grundoon . . . Bailey's 
Island, Maine . . . "Let's have some Moo- 
goo-gai-pan." . . . Transfer student. 




Sophomore Show 2; Daisy Chain 3; Math Fair Usher 3; Math Conference 
Usher 2; Committees: Sophomore Show Ticket 2; Initiation 2; Junior 
Week 3; Honors Program 3, 4; Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4; Woodrow Wilson 
Fellowship Nominee 4. 





Ok ereAa (J3 attaint 

176 BENEDICT ROAD 
PITTSFIELD 
BUSINESS 
AUGUST 8 



S.S.C. Aide 2, 3; E.B.T.A. 1, 4; S.N.E.A. 3; Pi Omega Pi 2, 3, 4; Tri Mu 1, 
2; Book Club 3; Compass Associate Editor 4; Publicity Committee Junior 
Prom; Program Committee Junior Prom; W.A.A. Awards 1. 2, 3, 4; 
Basketball 2, 3; Field Hockey 3, 4; Modern Dance 1; Soccer 2, 4; Tennis 
2; Softball 1, 2, 3; Volleyball 1, 2, 3. 



"Pittsfield, here I come" . . . "Carry on." . . . Home 
for the holidays . . . Gruesome threesome . . . "Let's 
go to the Common again." . . . Friendly manner . . . 
Petite . . . Quiet . . . Boarder. 




Book Club 2; Pi Omega Pi 2, 3, 4; E.B.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Kappa Delta Phi 1, 2, 
3, Executive Board 4; Senior Gift Committee; Sophomore Show; All Col- 
lege Show 4; Move-Up Day Usher 3; M.A.A. Intramural Softball. 



Half of Swampscott ... "I quit" . . . "This is foolish" 
. . . Homework at the Station . . . "Boy, I miss my 
Chev" . . . Frat Five . . . A-hunting he will go . . . 
Cool, calm, and collected . . . Shorthand Refugee 
. . . "I made it!" 




Kappa Delta Phi 1, 2, 3, Master of Ceremonies 4, Executive Board 4; 
Cooperative Council Representative 2, 3; Sophomore Show 2- M.A.A. 
Bowling President 4; Varsity Sports Hockey 2; Intramural Sports: Basket- 
ball 1; Bowling 2, 3, 4; Executive Board M.A.A. 4; Chairman "Top Star" 
Committee Junior Week 3; Chairman, Hall Committee Junior Prom 3; 
Social Committee 2, 3, 4; Compass Associate Editor 4. 



Pete . 
Stop . 
man ". 



"It seems there was this guy" . . . Shop & 
"Barbara" ... I think I'll run for . . !' "Frat 
Bowling kingpin . . . headed for the altar. 




College Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; S.N.E.A. 3; Cooperative Council Representative 
3; Senior Luncheon Committee 4; W.A.A. Award 2; Basketball 1, 2; Soc- 
cer 1; Volleyball 2; College Aide 2; Honors Program 3, 4; Dean's List 1, 
2, 3, 4. 



"A bushel and a peck." . . . Al . . . Smiley . . . Skiing 
double . . . "Really!" . . . Coach . . . Den of iniquity 
. . . Dr Kildare . . . Music, Music, Music . . . Pizza at 
the Surf . . . Via Melrose . . . "He's saving up." . . . 
M. & C. partner-in-crime . . . Cramming in the caf. 




A.C.E. 4; Art Club 4; Book Club 1, 2; Golf Club 2; M.T.A. 4; S.N.E.A. 4; 
Sophomore Show 2; Committees: Sophomore Show 2; Sophomore Dance 
2; Junior Dance 3; Senior Luncheon 4; Public Relations 2; Dean's Aide 1; 
W.A.A. Awards 3; Basketball 1, 2; Field Hockey 3, 4; Soccer 2; Tennis 2; 
Volleyball 3, 4. 



Sweating it out! . . . Easy going . . . Walter . . . Pro- 
fessional golfer . . . French tutor . . ."Cest ce bon." 
. . . Clots #1 . . . Study nights at Devereux . . . 
Cooperative . . .The J.M.'s versus the B.S.'s . . . It's 
all in the game." . . . Frog days . . . "Holy Toledo!" 
. . . "On the other hand." 



(jean (/billow A 

67 QUINN ROAD 
LYNN 
ELEMENTARY 
AUGUST 14 




A.C.E. 4; Book Club 1; Earth Science Club 1; M.T.A. 4; S.N.E.A. 4; 
Sophomore Show 2; Salem-Dartmouth Concert Usher 1; Move-up Day 
Honor Guard 3; Sophomore Show Publicity Committee 2; Investiture 
Committee 4; W.A.A. Awards 1, 2; Field Hockey 2, 4; Soccer 2; Swim- 
ming 3; Volleyball 4; Honors Program 3, 4; Big Sister 2, 3, 4; Dean's Aide 
1; Dean's List 2, 4. 



Turtle . . . Flashing eyes . . . Wingaersheek Beach 
. . . Friendly . . . The Glen . . . 15-minute break . . . 
Page 1, Salem News . . . "Parlez-vous Francais?" 
. . ."Oh, boy, a Greek dance!" . . . Pillow cases . . . 
Happy New Year . . . Summertime . . . "When I get 
my car." 




A.C.E. 3, 4; International Relations Club 3, 4; M.T.A. 3, 4; S.N.E.A. 3, 4; 
Cooperative Council Representative 1; All College Show 2; Sophomore 
Show; Laurel Chain 3; Move-up Day Usher 2, 3; Committees: Conference 
3, 4; Library 3, 4; Senior Reception 4; Junior Prom 3; E.C.T.A. 3, 4; 
W.A.A. Awards 2; Honors Program 4; Dean's List 3. 



"Bermuda honeymoon, here I come!" . . . "Take 
them two at a time." . . . Insecure security . . . "I've 
got the directions." . . . B.S. from Salem, M.R.S. 
from Tufts . . . Down two . . . Four Spades . . . Sweet 
Miss . . . "Let's study in the pool!" . . . Fore! . . . 
Spring weekend. 




Art Club 4; Book Club 1, 2, 3, 4; M.T.A. 4; S.N.E.A. 4; WAA. 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Nominating Committee for Council Officers 1; All College Show 2; 
Junior Play 3; Sophomore Show 2; Freshman Dance 1; Junior Week Pub- 
licity 3; Sophomore Show— Make-up 2; Four Freshman Publicity 3; 
Laurel Chain 3; Dean's List 1, 4. 



"Barb" . . . Gloucester week . . . Lobster feed . . 
little bomber . . . "Watch out for that lamppost!" . . 
. . . "Boom" . . . eighteen miles to the dump . . 
Chips, Polly? $1.25, please . . . Bertini's pizza . . 
Find K.A. . . . Wait for me . . . got an apple too 
Nance ... ski weekend . . . "Let's go shopping." 




"That's not my brother, it's my son!" . . . Bel Aire 
or bust . . . flashing eyes . . . Better late than never. 




^Ylfjary (^JerraJ (f3ouldry 

32 HALE STREET 
BRIDGEWATER 
BUSINESS 
JANUARY 2 



S.S.C. Aide 2, 3, 4; E.B.T.A. 1, 3, 4; S.N.E.A. 3; Pi Omega Pi 3, Program 
Committee 4; Tri Mu 1, 2; Book Club 3; Auditing Committee 3, 4; In- 
surance Committee 4; Junior Prom Program Committee; Junior Prom 
Publicity Committee; W.A.A. Awards 1, 2; Basketball 2, 3; Field Hoc- 
key 3; Soccer 2; Volleyball 1, 2, 3; Honors Program 3, 4; Dean's List 1, 2, 
3, 4; Valedictorian 4. 





Pi Omega Pi 3, 4; Exchange Club 3, 4; Business Council 3, 4. 



Fisher Junior College Alumna . . . neatness personi- 
fied . . . one of the "special" few . . . "Oh, those pink 
rollers" . . . always a friendly smile ... a sure success. 



432 SALEM STREET 
NORTH ANDOVER 
JUNIOR HIGH 
APRIL 12 



Kappa Delta Phi 1, 2, 3, 4; S.N.E.A. 4; Varsity Hockey 1. 




The Texan . . . The three B's . . . Carpenter 
... "I like married life." . . . "Let's build a 
house" . . . Mr. H s protege . . . "You doubt 
my veracity?" . . . Quiet man, big heart, mk V V 




Sophomore Show 2; All College Show 2; W.A.A. Executive Board 1; 
Senior Reception Committee 4. 



"Good things come in small packages." . . . Bargain 
hunter . . . Capezio plow boots . . . "Think posi- 
tively!" 



fown 

263 MERRIMAC STREET 
NEWBURYPORT 
ELEMENTARY 
MAY 20 




Art Club 4; S.N.E.A. 2, 4; Sophomore Show 2; Sophomore Show Costume 
Committee; Junior Prom Favors Committee; W.A.A. Award 1; Basket- 
ball 2; Bowling 2; Field Hockey 2; Soccer 2; Volleyball 2; Dean's Aide 1. 



"Brownie" . . . Pretty face with figure to match . . 
Sharp dresser . . . Whiz with a needle . . . Wonder 
ful friend . . . Washington, D.C. . . . June bride. 




Allien lflf\. (j3ry.ant 

201 McKAY STREET 
BEVERLY 
BUSINESS 
NOVEMBER 6 



S.S.C. Aide 1, 2, 3; E.B.T.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; E.B.T.A. Convention 4; Campus 
Carnival Program 4; Pi Omega Pi 2, 3, 4; Compass Associate Editor 2, 3, 
Editor-in-Chief 4; Junior Class Executive Board 3; Business Council 
Bepresentative Alternate 1, 2; Senior Fashion Show; All College Show 4; 
Laurel Chain 3; Committees: Junior Prom and Junior Week; Sophomore 
Show Tickets and Program; Move-up Day 3; Public Belations 2, 3, 4; 
Insurance 3; Open House 2, 3, 4; Senior Beception; W.A.A. Awards 1, 2, 
3, 4; Publicity Manager 3; Treasurer 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 
Beferee 2, 3, 4; Modern Dance 1; Soccer 2, 3, 4; Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Volley- 
ball 1, 2, 3; Honors Program 3, 4; Dean's List 2. 



"I've got a meeting" . . . "I've got a date" 
money, money . . . Gruesome threesome 
minded . . . Organizer. 



Money, 
W.A.A. 




Sophomore Show; Committees: Freshman Dance Decoration; Sopho- 
more Show Publicity; Junior Prom Refreshments; Senior Reception 
Flowers; Campus Carnival Rooths 4; Freshman Tea; Dean's Aide 1, 2. 



Easy going . . . Friendly . . . Home-made Brownies 
with nuts . . . Jackie . . . Station Wagon . . . "As the 
world turns" . . . "Guess what?" . . . "Oh, no!" . . . 
The 4th grade . . . Vacation time at the B.P.L. . . . 
Smiles . . . Sharp dresser. 




Pi Omega Pi 3, 4; Big Name Star Committee 3; Sophomore Show; W.A.A. 
Softball 1, Basketball 1. 



Bonnie . . . Tom . . . "In The Middle of an Island" 
. . . August 19, 1961 . . . smiling Irish eyes . . . pleas- 
ing personality . . . always a lady . . . late arrival 
. . . "You're kidding" . . . sweet and lovely. 




Book Club 1, 2; International Relations Club 3; Cooperative Council 
Representative 3; Sophomore Show; All College Show 2, 4; Laurel 
Chain 3; Committees: Sophomore Show Publicity; Junior Clambake; All 
College Show Make-up 4; Senior Reception; W.A.A. Basketball 1, 2; 
Volleyball 1, 4; Dean's List 4. 



Panic . . . "I'll bet he doesn't give a quiz" . . . "Sorry, 
I'm busy next hour.'.' . .Blue Falcon. . '.'Oh, really!" 
. . . Steam heat . . . "What's going on around here?" 
. . . "Any parties this weekend?" . . . Basketball 
games and ski weekends . . . Secretary to Dr. Jim 
. . . Effervescent champagne. 




S.S.C. Aide 1, 2; E.B.T.A. 4; Tri-Mu 1, 2; Pi Omega Pi 3, 4; Committees: 
Finance 3, 4; General Welfare 3; Last Chapel 4; Sophomore Show; All 
College Show 2, 4; W.A.A. Bowling 2; Soccer 3; Volleyball 3; Laurel 
Chain 3. 



Merry Ole King Carp ... 4 Atlantic . . . "I'm bored" 
. . . "Do I hafta" . . Little Lulu . . . Cape Cod . . . 
Neat and trim . . . "I'm a lady" . . . Beauteous . . . 
Exercises . . . "Will I be glad!" 




S.S.C. Aide 1, 2; Tri-Mu 1, 2, 3; Pi Omega Pi 2, 3, 4; Earth Science Club 
1; E.B.T.A. 4; Committees: Finance 3, 4; General Welfare 3; Senior Re- 
ception 4; Sophomore Show; All College Show 2; Laurel Chain 3; W.A.A. 
Basketball 1, Bowling 2. 



Nance . . . The apartment ... 4 Atlantic . . . "Want 
my homework?" . . . "Let's cut" . . . "I'm going to 
Joe's house" . . . Black coffee-non filter . . . Miss 
Efficiency . . . bacon and eggs . . . After the ball is 
over— Salem, New Hampshire . . . August, 1962. 




Class Vice President 2; Executive Board 3; Circle K 1, Corresponding 
Secretary 2; Kappa Delta Phi 1, 2, Executive Board 3, 4; Vice President 
4; Sophomore Show; Usher: Graduation 3, Class Day 3, Orientation Day 
2, 3, 4, Math Fair 3, Committees: Initiation 2, Ring 2, Four Freshmen 3, 
Freshman Dance, Sophomore Dance, Junior Prom, Junior Week. 



Marty . . . Mr. Politician . . . member of the insights 
committee . . . "I'm having a small gathering at my 
apartment after the dance." . . . Bridge Street set, 
'62. 



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2 TUTTLE STREET 
REVERE 
ELEMENTARY 
APRIL 30 



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College Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; S.N.E.A. 3; Sophomore Show 



"I have to keep up my strength" . . . "Marks ready 
yet?" . . . "Not again!" . . . "Isn't that stupid! . . . 
"Stop!" . . . Down to Bertini's . . . Petite charmer. 




ade 



151 LINCOLN STREET 
WINTHROP 
ELEMENTARY 
MARCH 14 



A.C.E. 4; Book Club 4; International Relations Club 3, 4; M.T.A. 4; 
S.N.E.A. 4; Sophomore Show; All College Show 2; Sophomore Show Cos- 
tume Committee; Senior Reception Committee; Move-up Day Honor 
Guard 3; Dean's List 4. 



"I know I flunked this test" . . . Split personality . . . 
"Have to get another date for this weekend" . . . 
West Point . . . "How about another?" . . . Drifting 
and dreaming . . . Get loose . . . "Tea for you, but not 
for me!" 




Book Club 1, 2; College Aide Club 1, 2, Treasurer 2; S.N.E.A. 3, 4; Move- 
up Day Committee 1, 2; W.A.A. Field Hockey 1; Essex County Teachers 
Convention Guide 4. 



Sal . . . "I'll be seeing you" . . . "Misty" . . . Stella 
Maris . . . Across from the trolley . . . Perfect lady 
. . . "Having any dessert?" . . . "Do we have to go 
to the library?" . . . Second grade . . . Ben Casey . . . 
"Golly!" . . . Side trip . . . Fried clams . . . Cramming 
in the caf. 




(JQarbara £1. C^izon 

138 CHESTNUT STREET 
CHELSEA 
ELEMENTARY 
APRIL 8 




Book Club 2, 3; International Relations Club 3; S.N.E.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Rus- 
sian Club 1; W.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Sophomore Show; Committees: lunior 

Prom Ticket; Class Day Decoration 3; Senior Reception Favors; Dean's 

Aide 1, 2, 3. 



The long of it . . . "Where's Judy?" . . . Conn. . . . 
U. of Mass. . . . Torino's . . . "Comes the Revolution 
there'll be some changes made" . . . Banzai! ... "I 
haven't got a ride " . . The apartment . . . P.M. . . . 
"It's blonde, of course!" 




College Choir 1, 2; Earth Science Club 1; S.N.E.A. 3; Cooperative Coun- 
cil Representative 2; Committees: Sophomore Show Ticket. Publicity; 
Sophomore Dance Ticket; Junior Prom Ticket, Publicity; Cooperative 
Council Program 3; W.A.A. Awards 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2; Field Hockey 
1; Swimming 2; Soccer 1, 2; Volleyball 2; Math Fair 3; Math Conference 
2; Big Sister 3, 4. 



Ann . . . baker's dozen . . . badminton champ of 
1960 . . . "Don't let that bother you" . . . dry humor 
. . . "Math, si— science, no!" . . . "That's life" . . . 
"Where's Carol" . . . Her color? Blue! 




Kappa Delta Phi 2, 3, Secretary 4; Math Conference 2; Varsity Hockey 
1, 2, 3; Dean's List 4. 



Tom . . . "I'll meet you at the diner'' . . . Frat man 
. . . mechanical wonder . . . "Don't panic" . . . high 
speed rear ends and triple carbs . . . "Frat conven- 
tions are the greatest." 



J^oan f ]ff\. C^oilard 

528 CHARLES STREET 
FALL RIVER 
BUSINESS 
JULY 11 




E.B.T.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Book Club 2; Tri-Mu 1, Treasurer 2, 3; Earth Science 
Club 1; Pi Omega Pi 2, 3, Vice President 4; Committees: Auditing 4; 
Junior Prom Orchestra and Program Chairman; Business Council Dance 
3; Senior Reception; Business Council Banquet 3; Pi Omega Pi Banquet 
3, 4; Pi Omega Pi Initiation 4; Sophomore Show; W.A.A. Awards 1, 2, 3, 
4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Golf 2, 3; Hiking 1, 2, 3, 4; Modern Dance 1, 2, 3; 
Playdays 2, 4; Soccer 2, 3, 4; Honor Team 3; Softball 1, 2; Swimming 4; 
Volleyball 1, 2, 3; Business Council Representative 3; Dean's List 1, 3. 



Fall River . . . Accounting Whiz . . . Willing helper 
. . . "It's Miss, not Mrs." . . Sports enthusiast . . . 
Blushing girl . . . Miss Pi Omega Pi . . . "Why not?" 




Tri Mu 1, 2, 3, Vice President 2, 3; Book Club 1; Earth Science Club 1; 
Sophomore Show; Pi Omega Pi 3, 4, Executive Board 4, Program Com- 
mittee Chairman 4; E.B.T.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Committees: Public Relations 3; 
Auditing 3, 4; Junior Prom 3; Cap and Gown 4; W.A.A. Awards 1, 2, 3, 
4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Golf 2, 3; Hiking 1, 2, 3, 4; Modern Dance 1, 2, 3; 
Playdays 2, 4; Soccer 2, 3; Honor Team 3; Softball 1, 2; Swimming 4; 
Volleyball 1, 2, 3; Honors Program 3, 4; Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4. 





Book Club 2; International Relations 3; N.E.A. 3; Sophomore Show; Pro- 
gram Committee 3; Social Committee 3; W.A.A. Basketball 1, 2. 



"Meet me 20-minute break" . . . "Let's go sailing' 
. . . "Was he at the basketball game?" . . . "Elaine, 
what should I do?" . . . "Anyone for water skiing?" 
. . . "Did you study?" . . . "It was green — but now 
it's black." 




S.S.C. Aide 2, 3; Pi Omega Pi 3, 4; S.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; E.B.T.A. 1, 2; Investi- 
ture Committee 4; W.A.A. Awards 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2; Bowling 2; Field 
Hockey 1, 2; Soccer I, 2; Softball 1, 2; Volleyball 1, 2, Honor Team 1; 
Honors Program 3, 4; Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4. 



"I haven't read it yet!" . . . "What homework?" . . . 
"That's cute!" . . . "What a riot" . . . Colorado, here 
I come . . . One of the four . . . Forty miles a day . . . 
"128" ... "I haven't got time" . . . Suncook. 




Book Club 1; Dean's Aide 1; Sophomore Show; Laurel Chain 3; Com- 
mittees: Initiation 2; Freshman Tea 1; Move-up Exercises 2; Campus 
Queen 3; Social 3, 4; Cap and Gown Chairman 4; Open House Guide 2. 



United States Post Office . . . "Little Miss Home- 
maker" . . . "Meet you in the lounge" . . . Cigarette 
time . . . DON'T! . . . "about five feet" . . . R. P. 
. . . "How are your cheeks?" . . . Bright eyes. 




^J^atlierine C^oitello 

30 FULLER AVENUE 
SWAMPSCOTT 
ELEMENTARY 
AUGUST 8 



Book Club 1, 2, 3, 4; S.N.E.A. 4; Sophomore Show; All College Show 2; 
Committees: Freshman Dance; Sophomore Show Advertising; Sopho- 
more Dance Advertising; Junior Week 3; Junior Prom; Senior Reception; 
Chapel 4; W.A.A. Golf 2, 3; Ski Club 1, 2, 3; Swimming 2; Dean's Aide 
1, 2. 



Oh, really, really good . . . Harvard . . . "Daddy 
says" . . . Graduate work . . Skiing . . . Colorado . . . 
Pioneer Days . . . "You gotta see it" ... 30 Fuller 
Ave. . . . Swampscott. 




Art Club 4; A.C.E. 4; Book Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Footlighters 2, 4; International 
Relations Club 3, 4; M.T.A. 4; S.C.A. 1, 2, 3, Vice President 4; S.N.E.A. 4; 
Night Must Fall 4; Committees: Sophomore Show 2; Investiture 4; Junior 
Week 3; College Aide 4. 



"It's elementary' . . . Glenn . . . Inspector Belsize 
. . . "We're going to have a test" . . . Route 114 .. . 
"I just don't know what I'm going to do" . . . J.C. 
. . . B.U. 




raven 



50 JUDSON STREET 
MALDEN 
ELEMENTARY 
DECEMBER 12 



Laurel Chain 3; Senior Luncheon Committee 4; W.A.A. Awards 1, 2; Golf; 
Soccer; Swimming; Volleyball; Cheerleader 2, 3, 4; Dean's List 4. 



V.V. . . . Cestus . . . Beach comber . . . Love that 
shower curtain . . . Dull . . . "Help! Police! . . . Al- 
ways studying! . . . Tremendous sense of humor . . . 
Comet . . . Twist again . . "Oh, I forgot my—" . . . 
Mimsie, ha Massue. 




Weather Club 1, 2; International Relations Club 3; Sophomore Show 2; 
All College Show 3; M.A.A. Varsity Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Basket- 
ball 1, 2; Golf 2, 3, 4. 



Soccer . . . girls, girls, girls . . . big shoulders . . . 
Perry's major . . . personable . . . "I'm an English 
Major" . . . the hustler . . . "Let's catch the show" 
. . . "Wait until I tie my loafers" . . . pots and pans. 




Class President 4, Vice President 1; S.S.C. Aide 4; Kappa Delta Phi 1, 2, 
Chaplain 3, 4, Executive Board 3, 4; College Choir 1, Vice President 2; 
Circle K 1, Treasurer 2, Vice President 3, 4; FootligJiters 3, "The Day 
After Forever"; E.B.T.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Book Club 2; Sophomore Show; All 
College Show 4; Cooperative Council Executive Board 1, 4; Business 
Council Bepresentative 1; Conferences: Bridgewater State College Stu- 
dent Government, Westfield State College Student Government; Usher: 
Commencement 3; Move-up 3; Open House 4; Committees: Chairman 
"Four Freshmen" 3; Junior Prom; Investiture 4; Senior Tea 4; Class Day 
4; Advertising Sophomore Show; Freshman Dance 1; Freshman Tea 1; 
Fashion Show 4; Social Committee 2, 3, 4; Senior Newsletter; 1962 
U.B.E.A. Professional Award in Business Education. 



1962 Class President . . . Funeral Director . . . State 
House is near . . . Organization man . . . Ivy league 
. . . P261 . . . Frat Five . . . Shorthand Refugee 
. . . Orator . . . Always wearing a smile . . . "Com- 
mittee reports, please" . . . "Thank you". 




International Relations Club 3; Sophomore Show 2; Committees: Sopho- 
more Show Make-up 2; All College Show Make-up 2; Class Day 4; Senior 
Tea 4; Program Committee 4; W.A.A. Golf 1; Massachusetts Youth Citi- 
zenship Conference 3; Dean's Aide 1, 2, 4; Dean's List 4. 



"Little things mean a lot" ... "I didn't like the re- 
sults" . . . Dick N. in '64 or Barry G. in '68 . . . "I'm 
outnumbered" . . . Extension courses . . . "Where's 
Barb?" . . . "Let's go for coffee" . . . The Skeptic. 




Earth Science Club 2; S.C.A. 3, 4; Sophomore Show 2; Math Conference 
Usher 2; Junior Week Committee 3; Campus Carnival 4. 



Joan . . . "Me too" . . . not California! . . . Navy book 
cover . . . Engaged never . . . "Your house is where?" 
"Forget it" . . . "That's bad news" . . . Travel . . . 
"Let's go." 




College Choir 1, 3; Men's Glee Club 1; S.N.E.A. 3; Sophomore Show 2; 
CLIPPER Hoedown Chairman 4; Commencement Music 4; Open House 
4; Massachusetts Youth Citizenship Conference 3; CLIPPER Editor-in- 
Chief 4; Dean's List 1, 2. 



Redheads . . . Mr. Yearbook Editor . . . 
barber shop quartet . . . "Good man is hard 
to find" . . . part of the elite . . . non- 
conformist . . . Papa Daly. 





E.B.T.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; W.A.A. Awards 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2; Field Hockey 2; 
Soccer 2; Softball 1, 2; Volleyball 1, 2. 



My friend . . . quiet . . . Franny . . . "Come with 
me." . . . Home is where the heart is . . . Reading 
girl. 



17 LAFAYETTE PARK 
LYNN 
ELEMENTARY 
JANUARY 30 




A.C.E. 3, 4; Arts and Crafts Club 4; Golf Club 2; M.T.A. 3, 4; S.N.E.A. 
3, 4; Variety Show 1; Sophomore Show; All College Show 2; Committees: 
Freshman Dance; Sophomore Dance; Sophomore Show; Junior Dance; 
Public Relations 3; Senior Luncheon; Senior Reception; W.A.A. Awards 
1, 2, 3; Rasketball 2, 3; Field Hockey 4; Volleyball 2, 3, 4; S.S.C. Aide 1, 2. 



Paul . . . "What happened to my socks?" 
. . . My cat . . . Little housewife ... "I don't 
care" . . . "Let's go shopping" . . . Bermuda 
... Jet Planes . . . J.E.D. . . . Gymnastics 
. . . "I'll see you in my dreams." 





Book Club 1, 2; S.N.E.A. 2, 4; Sophomore Show; All-College Show 2; 
Committees: Freshman Dance; Freshman Tea; Sophomore Show; Senior 
Luncheon; S.N.E.A. Program 4; Sophomore Dance; W.A.A. Awards 1, 2; 
Basketball 2; Field Hockey 2; Hiking 1, 2; Modern Dance 2; Soccer 2; 
Swimming 2; Volleyball 1, 2. 



Ann T. . . . "Il's immaterial!" . . . Valuable Stop and 
Shop employee . . . Cardinal red . . . "Don't look 
now, but—" . . . Bertini's . . . Flashing smile . . . 
Baseball . . . Geometry . . . "North Conway, look out." 



49 BAY VIEW AVENUE 
LYNN 
JUNIOR HIGH 
MARCH 24 




Kappa Delta Phi 1, 2, 3; Master at Arms 4; Chairman House Committee 
4; Sophomore Show 2; All College Show 2; "Top Star" Committee Junior 
Week 3; Dean's List 2. 



Freddie . . . Frat man . . . Don't panic . . . "I'm posi- 
tive I had at least a 3.0". . . Wait a second ... "I 
don't see where yon got that'' . . . Shop & Stop. 




Pi Omega Pi 3, 4; Art Club; Business Council 3, 4; Dean's List 4. 



"Tea with lemon, please" . . . another of the Fisher 
Junior College Alumnae . . . one of the "special" 
few . . . Thunderbird enthusiast ... a flair for Chin- 
ese food . . . top personality. 



121 OAK STREET 
LAWRENCE 
ELEMENTARY 
APRIL 9 





Book Club 1; S.N.E.A. 1, 2, 3; Committees: Freshman Tea; Freshman 
Dance; Sophomore Dance; Sophomore Show; Initiation 2; Open House 
2; Junior Week; Library 3; Auditing 4; Senior Luncheon; S.S.C. Aide 1; 
Dean's List 4. 



Phi Omega Eta . . . Orange . . . What! . . . Throw 
the pail . . . Fruit friend . . . Crampton . . . Swingin' 
summers . . . Cabuli . . . "Kids, listen" . . . Dum Dum 
. . ."YES" . . . Chain Gang . . . Miss Personality. 




Camera Club 2; Sophomore Show; Usher: Commencement 3; Open 
House 4; Massachusetts Youth Citizenship Conference 3; Reading Con- 
ference 3; Varsity Basketball 1, 2, 3; Varsity Baseball 2; M.A.A. Intra- 
mural Basketball 1, 4; Softball 1, 2, 3; Dean's List 4. 



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"Don't get around much any more" . . . 
"I hate part-time jobs." ... "I dream of 
Jeanie" . . . "How do you like my shirt 
u and tie?" . . . "Let's eateh the show." . . . 
Mb. t titillft^ BiV bad John . . '.'Want to cut 0 ". . . NEPT. 



Donald /s! ^l^erjCena 

2 STOWERS STREET 
REVERE 
ELEMENTARY 
MAY 4 




Sophomore Show; All-College Show 2; Committees: Sophomore Show; 
Junior Dance; Joint Concert 3; Initiation 2; Library Chairman 4; Pro- 
gram Co-Chairman 4. 



The big "S" . . . Rm. 104 . . . Geology . . . Snow- 
bound . . . White sneakers . . . Florida . . . Italy 
. . . Queen Nefertite . . . Caesar . . . "You're a nut, 
too" . . . Let's have a party — at your house" . . . 
Peachy Snow ... "I hate you!" 




Jf^alricia <2) 



ennen 

392 ESSEX AVENUE 
GLOUCESTER 
ELEMENTARY 
DECEMBER 5 



Earth Science Club 2; S.C.A. 1; Committees: Executive Board 3; Public 
Relations 3; Conference 3, 4; Sophomore Dance Ticket Chairman; Fresh- 
man Dance Ticket Chairman; Junior Party; Junior Prom Decorations; 
Senior Last Chapel; Senior Orchestra; Sophomore Show; All-College 
Show 2, 4; W.A.A. Awards 1, 2; Basketball 2, 3; Soccer 3; Volleyball 2, 
3, 4; Cheerleader 2, 3, 4; Fashion Show Model 4. 



"May I say something, please?" . . . Army Blue . . . 
4 Atlantic . . . Oh, that Sophomore year! . . ."I made 
it!". . . One of the four . . . Ben Franklin . . . West 
Point . . LATE . . ."Wait till you hear" . . . Da-da- 
doo! 



-Albert 1/^. ^j&iC^arlo 

52 PINE STREET 
SWAMPSCOTT 
BUSINESS 
AUGUST 15 





Kappa Delta Phi 1, 2, 3, 4, Assistant Treasurer 3, President 4; Book Club 
2; Pi Omega Pi 3, 4; Book Store Executive Board 3, 4; Cooperative Coun- 
cil Treasurer 4, Assistant Treasurer 3; Conferences: New York Delegate 
3; Sophomore Show; All College Show 4; Usher: Graduation 3. Move- 
Up 2, 3, Physical Education Conference 2, Open House 4, Youth Citizen- 
ship Conference 3; Committees: Finance Committee 3, 4; Harvest Queen 
Committee 4; Freshman Tea; Initiation Committee 2; Sophomore Show 
Program; Christmas Pageant 1; M.A.A. Basketball 1, 2, 3; Softball 1, 2. 



Al . . . "Mr. Frat Man" ... My friend Mr. "V" . . . 
"Everybody wants money" . . . Shorthand Refugee 
. . . The other half of Swampscott . . . Gone Skiing 
. . . Bugs Bunny . . Another meeting . . . "Did you 
do that stuff?" 




Grants . . . Still riding home with Dick . . . School 
Spirit . . . Quiet one . . . willing to help . . . "Oh, no! " 
. . . "That's too much work." 



11 CONNOLLY PLACE 
BEVERLY FARMS 
BUSINESS 
AUGUST 14 



■ - m - 



Pi Omega Pi 3, Secretary 4; Book Club 2; Committees: Public Relations 
2, 3; Cap and Gown 4; Conference 3; Sophomore Show; Freshman Tea; 
Open House 2, 3. 



One half of the Farms . . . Mary's co-pilot . . . J.F.K. 
. . . "How many for spaghetti?" . . . Geography 
Major . . . "California, here I come" ... St. Pat's 
girl . . . Librarian . . . "Oh, please!" 




Book Club 2, 3; Sophomore Show; Committees: Freshman Dance; Soph- 
omore Show; Junior Dance; Senior Reception; Library 4; W.A.A. Awards 
1; Swimming; Essex County Teachers Convention 4. 



New York sophisticate . . . Snowbound . . . Room 
104 . . . Babies . . . "The only thing is—" . . . Hide 
and Seek . . . Puppy . . . Under cover . . . Florida 
. . . Invasion in the village . . . West Point. 




Pi Omega Pi 3, 4; Music Committee 4; Dean's List 1. 



"What was that?" . . . Nurse . . . Dean's List . . 
"What do you mean?". . . "Oh, now I understand 
I think". . ."I'll try ". . ."Did you see the kids?" . . 
"Mister, ah Mister" . . . "I'll fix you, Paul." 




A.C.E. 4; M.T.A. 4; S.N.E.A. 4; Sophomore Show; Senior Luncheon Com- 
mittee; S.S.C. Aide 1, 2. 



"What more can I say?" . . . Pouting bear ... Be 
sophisticated . . . That's all that counts . . . Pleasure 
Island . . . "Pourquoi non?" . . . Peaches . . . Friendly 
Wonderful sense of humor. 




Pi Omega Pi 3, 4; Open House Guide 2, 3, 4. 



Drum Corps fan . . . Beverly boy ... A friend in 
need . . . Ronny. 





Pi Omega Pi 3, 4; College Glee Club 2; Tri-Mu 3, 4; S.S.C. Aide 1; 
Sophomore Show; Junior Prom Committee; Alumni Committee 1, 2; Four 
Freshmen Committee; Business Council Dance; W.A.A. Awards 1, 2; 
Bowling, Basketball, Volleyball, Swimming, Modern Dance. 



Peg . . . petit . . . Majorette . . . sweet and lovely 
. . . "No, I don't live on a farm!" . . . Gabby . . . 
High Brow ... St. Jude . . . Laughing Lady. 




Book Club 4; Russian Club 2; S.N.E.A. 3; Committees: Art 2; Freshman 
Dance 1; Senior Luncheon 4; W.A.A. Golf 2; S.S.C. Aide 1, 2, 3, 4. 



Patty . . . VW . . . Very conscientious . . . Knit-wit 
. . . Italian food . . . Sweet and good natured . . . 
Norm . . . April 28th socks. 




S.S.C. Aide 1, 2; College Choir 1; Pi Omega Pi 2, 3, 4; Tri-Mu 1, 2; 
E.B.T.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Log 1, 2; CLIPPER Business Manager; Sophomore 
Show Ticket Committee; Marshal Graduation 3; Committees: Insurance 
3, Chairman 4; Open House 1, 2, 3, 4; Auditing 3; Public Relations 3; 
Pi Omega Pi Editorial Chairman 4; W.A.A. Awards 1, 2, 3, 4; Record- 
ing Secretary 4; W.A.A. Freshman Representative; Basketball Honor 
Team 1, 2, Manager 3; Bowling Captain Championship Team 2; High 
Scorer 3; Field Hockey 2; Honor Team 3; Modern Dance 1, 2; Soccer 1, 
Honor Team 2, 3, 4; Softball 1, 2, 3; Swimming 4; Tennis 2; Volleyball 
Honor Team 1, 2, 3; Honors Program 3; Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4. 



Those long weekends . . . "The Y can be fun." . . . 
Belle of the Ball . . . Lafayette Street ... No dis- 
count . . . winsome smile. 



V 



36 MERIDIAN STREET 
MELROSE 
ELEMENTARY 
SEPTEMBER 23 




Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; W.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Sophomore Show; All-College 
Show 3; Honors Program 4; Ivy Day Orator 4; Dean's List 2, 3, 4. 



Barb . . . "You'd be so nice to come home to." . . . 
Phil . . . Skating and swimming . . . "Good grief!" 
. . . Den of iniquity . . . Very best . . . The mob 
. . . B.U. . . . Dimples . . . Macaroni and cheese cat- 
astrophe . . . Cramming in the caf. 




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38 SHEEHAN ROAD 
LYNN 
BUSINESS 
MARCH 13 



E.B.T.A. 1; S.N.E.A. 3; Compass 3, 4; Sophomore Show; Committees: 
Junior Prom Decoration; Senior Reception Committee; Business Dance 
2; Finance Committee 3, 4; W.A.A. Basketball 2; Field Hockey 2; Hiking 
2; Soccer 2; Swimming 1, 2. 



"Big project this hour" . . . day off . . . always pre- 
pared . . . Thursday night parties . . . George . . . 
weekends in Maine . . . pleasing personality . . . 
Casey the photographer. 




W.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Day Committee 4. 



Dreaming . . . Florence Nightingale . . . high heels 
. . . Sandy . . . dude ranch . . . horses . . . cool Lincolns 
. . . "Any gum?" . . . "That's the limit!". . . Venus 
. . . Florida Bound . . . part of the elite . . . Quien 
Sabe? 




Book Club 2, 4; S.N.E.A. 4; Sophomore Show; Committees: Junior Week 
3; Senior Fashion Show 4; W.A.A. Basketball 2; Golf 2; Skiing 2; Volley- 
ball 2; W.A.A. Awards: First, Triangle; Dean's List 4. 



"I can't wait" . . . California bound . . . Bombing 
up 128 . . . contacts . . ."I've got an Aunt, she'll put 
us up". . ."I'm goin' shoppin'" . . Down street . . . 
Causeway. 




S.N.E.A. 3; Sophomore Show; Committees: Social 3, 4; Executive 4; 
Campus Queen 3; S.S.C. Aide 1. 



"240 degrees below sea level" . . . "Meet you in the 
lounge." . . . "Toughski" . . . Cigarette time . . . "It's 
time to eat." . . . Tex . . . Artistically inclined . . . 
Expressive eyes . . . 2-8-17-21 . . . Angela P. 




Pi Omega Pi 2, 3, 4; Tri-Mu 2, 3, 4; Cooperative Council Acting Secre- 
tary 4; Committees: Finance 3, Chairman 4; Public Relations 4; Coopera- 
tive Council Executive Board 4; Senior Reception; Last Chapel 4; Junior 
Prom; Open House 4; CLIPPER Business Manager 4; CLIPPER Hoe- 
down 4; Laurel Chain 3; Sophomore Show; All College Show 4; Substi- 
tute Cheerleader 4; W.A.A. Bowling 2; Volleyball 3; Dean's List 2, 3, 4. 



"Oh, kids, my car is broke" . . . Florida bound . . . 
4 Atlantic . . . apartment mother . . . "I'm going to 
the laundry" . . . "Wanna buy a CLIPPER?" . . . 
patience personified . . . "Oh, pleese" . . . "My 
twins." 




Circle K Treasurer 2, 3, 4; Business Council Representative 1; Dean's 
Aide 3, 4; Pi Omega Pi 2, 3, President 4; E.B.T.A. Convention 4; Com- 
mittees: Auditing 2, 3, 4; Freshman Dance; Junior Prom; Junior Week; 
Open House 3, 4; Class Gift 4; Campus Carnival 4. 



Eleanor . . . "Eastie" . . . "My car is on the bum 
again" . . . "Let's go to lunch— again" . . . "She's a 
real dog". . . garbage . . ."Fink". . "Let's go to China 
Sails." 




Book Club 1; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; S.N.E.A. 3; Committees: Freshman 
Tea 1; Move-up Exercises 3; W.A.A. Awards 1; Basketball; Field Hoc- 
key; Soccer; Volleyball; Honors Program 3, 4; Dean's List 2. 



"Only a few more weekends to wait." . . . All the 
"King's Men" . . . Bud . . . "Smoke gets in your 
eyes" . . . "Back to Rice" . . . Room 300 . . . "An- 
other map?" . . . Familiar face in the caf . . . Fare- 
well speech . . . Filene's. 




Art Club 4; S.N.E.A. 2, 4; Sophomore Show 2; Committees: Sophomore 
Show 2; Freshman Tea 1; Freshman Dance; Junior Prom 3; Senior Re- 
ception 4; W.A.A. First Award; Soccer 1; Swimming 2; Volleyball 2. 



February 17 . . . good driver . . . depend- 
able . . . petite . . . M.I.T. . . . sports car 
racing . . . IBM . . . Poughkeepsie, N.Y. 
trips . . ."Kids, don't look now, but . . ." 
Derry, N.H. . . . skiing . . . Sam Hill 
. . . Buddy Boy . . . Filene's cosmetic dept. 
. . . Irish spaghetti parties . . . artistic. 





E.B.T.A. 1, 4; Pi Omega Pi 3, 4; S.N.E.A. 3, 4; Sophomore Show; Commit- 
tees: Alumni 2, Freshman Tea, Freshman Dance, Junior Prom, Senior 
Class Gift; W.A.A. Field Hockey 2, Hiking 1, Soccer 3; Dean's List 3. 



Joe . . . August Bride . . . friendly . . . "Let's go for 
coffee." . . . understanding listener . . . sparkling 
personality. 




Earth Science Club 1, 2; Glee Club 1, 2; Sophomore Show 2; All-College 
Show 2; Usher: Math Fair 3; Math Conference 2; Junior Week Commit- 
tee 3; VV.A.A. Awards 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Field Hockey 1, 2, 3; Soc- 
cer 2, 3; Swimming 1; Volleyball 1, 2; Big Sister 3,4; Dean's List 2, 3, 4. 



"No, that's my sister" . 
. . . Georgie . . . Biology 
ing now?" . . . Newport. 



. . Only five minutes more 
— Never . . . "Are you leav- 



er 



792 HIGHLAND AVENUE 
MEDFORD 
JUNIOR HIGH 
JANUARY 25 



Kappa Delta Phi 2, 3, Executive Board 4; Cooperative Council Repre- 
sentative 3; Finance Committee 4; Sophomore Show; Commencement 
Usher 3; Committees: Junior Prom 3; Junior Dance 3; CLIPPER Hoe- 
down 4; CLIPPER Assistant Editor 4; Varsity Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Co- 
Captain 4; Varsity Soccer 1, 2, 3, Co-Captain 4; M.A.A. Golf 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Dean's List 2. 



"Moon Over Miami" . . . "I'm going south for the 
winter.'! .'.'What a putt!" ... A man and a half . . . 
Caddie master . . . Soccer . . . "My knee hurts, but 
I'll be all right." . . . The hustler. 



23 PLEASANT STREET 
LAWRENCE 
ELEMENTARY 
JUNE 26 




Book Club 1, 2; S.N.E.A. 2, 3, 4; Committees: Freshman Tea; Freshman 
Dance; Sophomore Show; Library 3; Junior Week; Auditing 4; Senior 
Luncheon; S.S.C. Aide 1; Sophomore Dance Committee 2. 



Phi Omega Eta . . . petite n sweet . . . neat as a pin 
. . ."NO". . .Let's go-o! . . . Pearls . . . Chocolate 
. . ."See you at Christmas '. . . Summer's gone . . . 
Raindrops . . . Blue bermudas . . . Phyl and I . . . 
Nice 'n Easy! 




3 UNION STREET 
SOMERVILLE 
JUNIOR HIGH 
NOVEMBER 2 



Class Secretary 3; Co-operative Council Representative 2; Program Com- 
mittee 2, 3; Book Club 3; Dean's Aide 1, 2; Footlighters 1, 2; W.A.A. Bas- 
ketball 2, Softball 2; Volleyball Honor Team 1, 2; Log Editorial Staff 1, 
2, 3; Sophomore Show; Committees: Junior Week; Junior Prom Ticket; 
Top Star Ticket; Move-up Exercises 3; Graduation Music 4; Cap and 
Gown 4; Fashion Show 4; Chairman, Class Day 4; Daisy Chain; 
CLIPPER Associate Editor 4; Big Sister 2, 3, 4; Dean's List 2, 4. 



Ginger . . "No! No! No!" . . . "It's possible" . . . 
clunk . . . "Seriously" . . . "Horses' pajamas" . . . 
Mercury . . . "Holy Smokes". . . "Salmagundi 
Salami! . . . "Let's celebrate" . . . part of the. elite . . . 
Sing! . . . Tech . . . Newport . . . Cape. 




Earth Science Club 1, 2; Footlighters 3, 4, Treasurer 3, 4; Coopera- 
tive Council Representative 3; Sophomore Show; Usher: Math Con- 
ference 2; Math Fair 3; Junior Week Committee 3; W.A.A. Representa- 
tive 1; Basketball 1, 2; Field Hockey 1, 2; Hiking 1, 2; Soccer 1, 2; Swim- 
ming 1, 2; "The Crucible", 3; Big Sister 2, 3, 4; Flute Trio 2; Dean's 
List 4. 



"Swinging Shepherd Blues" . . . Barefoot flutist 
. . . Okay . . . Mercy . . . swimming . . . waterskiing 
. . . "But I'm not a special anymore!" . . . Nancy. 




Sophomore Show; Initiation Committee 2; Varsity Soccer 2; M.A.A. Bas- 
ketball 1, 2; Dean's List 4. 



"Got a pencil?" . . . frat parties . . . P.O. . . . "What's 
our next class" . . DON'T . . . "What's up" . . . 
"Okay, gang" . . . anti-intellectual regurgitation . . . 
football . . . decisive . . . part of the elite . . . Bob. 



3 WESTERN PLACE 
SAUGUS 
ELEMENTARY 
MAY 29 




Book Club 1, 2; S.N.E.A. 4; Sophomore Show; Committees: Book Club 
Publicity 1; Junior Prom. 



"Hey Kids" . . . Stereo . . . Room 104 . . . New York 
. . . Hide and Seek . . . California . . . "Where's 
Brenda?" . . . "I'll have a knick" . . . Greek dancing 
. . . Bring someone nice . . . records, records, records! 



27 HIGH STREET 
BEVERLY FARMS 
BUSINESS 
MAY 10 



Pi Omega Pi 2, 3, 4; Book Club 2; E.B.T.A. 2, 4; Sophomore Show; Com- 
mittees: Public Relations 2, Treasurer 3; Investiture Committee Chair- 
man 4; Conference 3; Open House 2, 3; Initiation Committee 2; Junior 
Week; "Four Freshmen" Committee 3; Class Dance 1, 2, 3; Freshman 
Tea; CLIPPER Secretary 4; CLIPPER Hoedown 4; Daisy Chain 3; 
W.A.A. Basketball 1; Swimming 4. 



"Be serious" . . . "All that work" . . . Riot in Bunk 
Room 4 . . . Life of the party . . . Hot rod ... ski 
weekends . . . "What telephone bills" . . . "Fabu- 
lous" . . . Tisis . . . Luscious . . . loud radio 
. . . "What a riot" . . . perfect hostess. 




43 ENDICOTT STREET 
PEABODY 
BUSINESS 
AUGUST 29 




Class Vice President 3, 4; Pi Omega Pi 3, 4; E.B.T.A. 3, 4; Book Club 2; 
Footlighters, Vice President 3, President 4; Sophomore Show; All Col- 
lege Show 4; Co-operative Council Representative 2; Usher 3; "Cru- 
cible 3; "Night Must Fall" 4; Committees: Junior Prom Chairman; Class 
Gift; Last Chapel Chairman 4; Class Dance 1, 2; Junior Week; Move-Up 
3; Physical Education Conference 2; Open House 4; CLIPPER Associate 
Editor 4. 



Anita . . . Veep . . . Professor . . . "Married 
life is great" . . . Shorthand King . . . "Let's 
have a party" . . . Homemade House . . . 
"What tax?" ... "I don't blame you" . . . 
The world is a stage . . . "No more plays!" 
. . . August 9, 1960 . . . diet. 





Boston College 1, 2; M.A.A. 3, 4. 



The constant commuter . . . "Well, the Mouse opens 
in two weeks." . . . "Loved that Freshman typing 
course!" . . . Kingsley, Wormstead, Fred, and 
Charles Goren . . . Mountain climbing on Thursday 
. . . "Business Senior III" . . . One of the lost spe- 
cials. 



15 NELSON STREET 
LYNN 
ELEMENTARY 
APRIL 11 




Book Club 1; Exchange Club 2, 3, 4. 



"I'll tell you what I want to ask you" . . . "My son 
was sick" . . . "Couldn't get my car started" ... "I 
need my head examined" . . . "You know how I 
drive" . . . Golden Age Group . . . Big Five. 




Arts and Crafts 4; Book Club 1, 2; S.N.E.A. 4; Co-operative Council Rep- 
resentative 2; Junior Play; Committees: Freshman Dance; Sophomore 
Show; Junior Prom; Four Freshman Publicity 3; Senior Reception Pub- 
licity Chairman; W.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Soccer 1; Dean's List 1. 



"Polly" . . . The Big Four at Long Beach . . . Maine 
guides . . . Bertini birthdays . . . "Where's K.A.?" 
. . . Shopping between classes in the Black Bomber 
. . . "Seen Nance?" . . . The Marine Corps Special 
. . . May 19, 1961 . . . "Hey gang, where are we go- 
ing this summer?" 




Book Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Exchange Club 1, 2, Vice President 3, President 4; 
S.S.C. Aide 1, 2; Dean's List 4. 



"Where are the mature women?" . . . "Do 
I have a Harvard accent?" ... "I can get I 
it cheaper at the P.X." . . . "I'm exhausted" I 
. . . Bridge . . . Member of the Golden Age I 
Group . . . Big Five. 





"This is ridiculous!" . . . Bertini's with Bonnie . . . 
The S win gin' Shepherd Blues . . . That statesman 
. . . Winter Carnival . . . Peter Rabbit's nose . . . 
Infectious laugh . . . Toothless Ricky . . . Trading 
deerskins . . . "Think I'll have a cupcake." 




Dean's Aide 1; S.N.E.A. 1; Class Day Committee 4; Dean's List 2, 4. 



Cape . . . Newport . . . "Is that right?" . . ."Tell me! 
Tell me!". . ."Don't get excited". . . tennis . . . trips 
to Boston . . . chocolate chip cookies . . . "It's good 
experience" . . . part of the elite. 




M.A.A. 1,2,3,4. 



Anne . . . "Going home for lunch" . . . "What home- 
work?" ... Is she in? . . . Don Buddin . . . "Are 
you serious?" . . ."Will this ever end?" . '.'We have a 
cafeteria!" 




N.E.A. 2; S.S.C. Aide 1; Honors Program 3, 4; Dean's List 2, 4. 



"Let's go to the smoker" ... A dynamic laugh . . . 
A June bride . . . "He's a honey" . . .Friday afternoon 
at Best's . . . Hawaiian honeymoon . . . "I can't give 
you any more of my knowledge." 




"Love and Marriage" . . . "The Bruins are going all 
the way this year." . . . Athlete . . . "Goal by Hueb- 
ner!" . . . "I'll be down if the car will make it." . . . 
"I like school." 



250 WASHINGTON STREET 
SALEM 
ELEMENTARY 
AUGUST 24 




Class President 1; Circle K 1; Clee Club 1, 2; International Relations 
Club 4; Co-operative Council Representative 1, 3; Financial Commit- 
tee 3, 4; Sophomore Show; Committees: Freshman Dance; Sophomore 
Dance; Sophomore Show; Senior Luncheon, Co-Chairman; M.A.A. Ras- 
ketball 1, 2; Rowling 2, 3; Football 1, 2; Softball 1, 2. 



"Charlie" ... A friendly smile . . . Sushel's 
for dinner . . . Football in the snow . . . 
Caddy for hire . . . "What do you think 
of her?" . . . Florida hotel . . . "The wife is 
fine" . . . "Thanks, Doll." 






Class Treasurer 3, 4; Book Club 2; E.B.T.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Earth Science 
Club 1; Pi Omega Pi 2, 3, 4; Sophomore Show; All College Show 2, 4; 
Committees: Social 2, 3, 4; Public Relations 2, 3; Open House 2, 3, 4; 
Class Dance 1, 2, 3; Campus Queen Committee 3; Sophomore Show 
Program 2; Big Name Star 3; Junior Week 3; Senior Week 4; Freshman 
Tea; Daisy Chain 3; W.A.A. Awards 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Representative 1; 
Manager of Archery 2; Manager of Soccer 3; Corresponding Secretary 
4; Queen's Court 2; Basketball 1, 2; Honor Team 1; Field Hockey 1, 
2, 3; Honor Team 1, 2; Soccer 1, 2, 3; Honor Team 1, 2; Swimming 2, 4; 
Tennis 3; Volleyball 1, 2. 



Treasurer . . . "Oh, stop it" . . . Personality plus . . . 
"Who has my lunch?" . . . Riot in Bunk Room 4 . . . 
"The hang with it" . . . camp councilor . . . "Did 
he pay his dues?" . . . "So who studies?" . . . Hotel 
Victoria . . . "Hi, Kids." 




A.C.E. 4; M.T.A. 4; S.N.E.A. 4; Sophomore Show; S.S.C. Aide 1, 2. 



Laughs with the world . . . "Gee, I like that!" . . . 
"How do you pronounce that name?" . . . Pleasure 
Island . . . Education on a variety of subjects in the 
Chevy . . . Three Jolly Coachmen . . . Winkie . . . 
Pleasing personality. 




J/^o5e Iflevart ^erzyb 

8 GARDEN TERRACE 
SALEM 
ELEMENTARY 
APRIL 15 



A.C.E. 1; Book Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Exchange Club 2, 3; Vice President 4; 
M.T.A. 2, 3, 4; S.N.E.A. 2, 3, 4; Weather Club 1; Committees: Program 
3, 4; Alumni 4; Cafeteria Associates 1, 2; S.S.C. Aide 1, 2, 4. 



"Does THAT date me?" . . . Weight problem . . . 
Comforting shoulders to cry on . . . "If the desire 
and ambition are strong enough, God will help 
you find a way" . . . Problem Peter; Chubby, grubby 
Alice; Brilliant Leo. 



Edward (13. ^olinS, ^r. 

12 ATKINS AVENUE 
LYNN 
JUNIOR HIGH 
JANUARY 8 



Co-operative Council 1. 2, 3, 4; Varsity Basketball 1, 2, 3 
Math Conference 2; Math Fair 3; Dean's List 4. 



Ed . . . Mr. all-out cuts of '62 . . . "What's 
the procedure to make-up a test?" . . . 
Pole vault champion . . . janitor ... "I go 
to school six days a week" . . . "insights." 




Camera Club 2; Footlighters 3, 4; Co-operative Council Representa- 
tive 1, 2, 3, 4; Committees: Auditing 4; Investiture 4; Open House 
Usher 2; Massachusetts Youth Citizenship Conference 3; Reading Con- 
ference 3; Dean's List 4. 



"It takes a worried man" . . . Mr. Moto . . . "Nod 
your head." . . . The Greeks have got it . . . The 
Trojan horse . . . Kala, Kala! . . . I'll get it from Ernie 
. . . Club Khyam. 



\Jincenl jf^. ^J^eane 

5 BUTTONWOOD ROAD 
STONEHAM 
JUNIOR HIGH 
OCTOBER 9 





Commencement Usher 3; Junior Week Committee 3; Massachusetts 
Youth Citizenship Conference 3; Reading Conference 3; Dean's List 
2, 3, 4. 



"Don't fence me in." . . . "Where's Mutt?" . . . All 
that glitters is not rich . . . Quiet man . . . "Let's get 
hot!" . . . Reading's the thing . . . Always ready to 
listen. 




31 SHOEMAKER ROAD 
LYNN 
BUSINESS 
SEPTEMBER 19 



Class Treasurer 1, 2; Pi Omega Pi 3, 4; Sophomore Show, Business Man- 
ager; Co-operative Council Executive Board 3, 4; Conferences: Peace 
Corps 4; Bridgewater 2; Committees: Social 2, Chairman 3, 4; Public 
Relations 2, 3, 4; Freshman Tea; Dedication; Open House 2, 3, 4; 
Junior Week; Christmas Formal Chairman 3, 4; N.E.B.T.A.; Initiation 
Banquet Chairman 3, 4; All College Outing Chairman 3, 4; Orientation 
Day Chairman 3, 4; Welcome Dance Chairman 3, 4; Co-chairman Fresh- 
man, Sophomore Dance; Cornerstone Ceremonies 2; Ring Committee 
1, 2; Physical Education Open House 2; Move-Up Day 3; Interclub Com- 
mittee 4; Reception 4; Conference 3, 4; Junior Prom Queen; Daisy Chain 
3; S.S.C. Aide 1, 2; W.A.A. Awards 1, 2, 3, 4; W.A.A. President 4; Man- 
ager of Modern Dance 3; W.A.A. Court 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Field Hoc- 
key 2, 3, 4; Bowling 3; Soccer 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 1, 3. 



Peter . . . New White Valiant . . . W.A.A. president 
. . . another charm . . . "Take it from me" . . . "Is 
that etiquette?" . . . Convertible trouble . . . "Listen, 
kids" . . . Social Committee Chairman. 




E.B.T.A. 3; Pi Omega Pi 3, 4; S.N.E.A. 3, 4; Sophomore Show; Commit- 
tees: Alumni 2, 3, Finance 3, 4, Insurance 4, Junior Prom, Senior Tea; 
W.A.A. Swimming 2; Dean's List 3. 



Leo . . . June 24, 1961 . . . Congenial personality 
. . . thoughtful . . . confusing questions . . . conta- 
gious laugh. 






449 BROADWAY 
LAWRENCE 
BUSINESS 
JULY 14 



Pi Omega Pi 3, 4, Treasurer 4; Open House Guide; Dean's List 2, 3. 



Kingsley . . . Carlos Montoya . . . Charles Goren 
. . . Favorite subject— Shorthand . . . The Moose 
. . . Paulsy Waulsy . . . Fabulous Fred . . . Barbie 
. . . "Business Senior III" . . . Forest River Park??? 
. . . Middle-of-the-roader. 




"Where's Barbara?'' . . . Back home again in Indi- 
ana . . . MSH . . . T8 . . . The Guys . . . West Point 
Soccer . . . Brother's . . . Murphy's . . . Gray's 
. . . Odd Fellows . . . 56th Av. to Bde . . . L1L JUDY 
. . . 302 Auburn Ave. ... Ill Main. 




Midland d. oCc 



154 GROVE STREET 
HAVERHILL 
ELEMENTARY 
JULY 12 



Camera Club 3, 4; Cribbage Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-chairman 1, 3; E.C.T.A. 
4; International Relations Club 3, 4; Science Club 3; S.N.E.A. 4; Sopho- 
more Show; All-College Show 2; Committees: Freshman Dance; Sopho- 
more Show; Junior Week; M.AA. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 2; Soft- 
ball 1, 2, 3, 4. 



Alabamy Bound . . . "When I was in Lebanon . . . ." 
. . . Football in the snow . . . "Listen, I've got a joke." 
. . . "Let's study" . . . "No butter please!" . . . All 
children are individuals . . . "Let's sign up." 



.ana an 

79 ABORN STREET 
PEABODY 
ELEMENTARY 
SEPTEMBER 4 



Book Club 1; Earth Science 1; Sophomore Show 2; All-College Show 
3, 4; Sophomore Show Publicity Committee Chairman; W.A.A. Award 
1; S.S.C. Aide 1. 



Just remember D.O.S. ... Be sure of a 3x5 . . . "Well, 
we were told to watch a sunrise" . . . J.M. . . . Miss 
K. . . ."Kids, a real ballet!" . . "Where are we?" 
. . ."Last? Never!". . The b's . . . "Don't I look tall 
when I drive?" 



Joanne Iff], oCeary 

62 WASHINGTON STREET 
NEWBURYPORT 
ELEMENTARY 
JULY 11 



Footlighters 3, 4; S.N.E.A. 2, 3; Sophomore Show; All-College Show 
2; Dramatic Competition 3; Committees: Freshman Dance; Sophomore 
Dance; Sophomore Show; W.A.A. Award 1; Basketball; Bowling; Hik- 
ing; Modern Dance 2; Volleyball 2; Basketball Referee 2; Dean's List 4. 



"See you round the campus" . . . "Let's play that 
game" ... A letter to Tennessee . . . "See you at 
the K, kids" . . . Cha, cha, cha . . . "You ain't got 
no class" . . . C.A. . . . "C'mon, listen" . . . The good 
sawer (long on wood) . . . the big operator. 



37 LEXINGTON STREET 
LYNN 
JUNIOR HIGH 
FEBRUARY 15 




Camera Club 2, 3; Commencement Usher 3; Varsity Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; 
M.A.A. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Bowling 3; Massachusetts Youth Citizen- 
ship Conference 3; Beading Conference 3. 



"In the still of the night "... "Anyone for bean 
snapping?" . . . Prisoner of love . . . "It's a long ride 
to Fitchburg." . . . "Where's Nick?" . . . "Let's watch 
the show." . . . Iron Man . . . Where's the mirror?" 




Camera Club 2; Exchange Club 4; Sophomore Show; Commencement 
Usher 3; Massachusetts Youth Citizenship Conference 3; Varsity Base- 
ball 1, 2; M.A.A. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball 2, 3, 4; S.S.C. Aide 3, 4. 




"Love is a many-splendoured thing" . . . 

Three lovely girls . . . M.V.P "Did 

you do your homework?" . . . "I've got 
to go to work.". '.Tmnot ready for this 
one." . . . The family man . . . "Lorraine 
will type it for me." 



BALLAST LANE 
MARBLEHEAD 
ELEMENTARY 
JANUARY 21 



Book Club 2; Exchange Club 4; Dean's List 3, 4. 



"Yes, I have six children" ... "I thought the class 
was in this room" . . . "Did anyone see my gloves?" 
. . . Another ticket . . . Member of the Golden Age 
Group . . . Big Five. 




Kath . . . License at Sears . . . Waiting for Walter 
. . . "Did you study?" . . . Conscientious . . . Serious 
. . . "Did you see the grades?" . . . Sure success . . . 
well liked by all. 




Art Club 4; A.C.E. 4; Book Club 1; Golf Club 2; M.T.A. 4; S.N.E.A. 4; 
Co-operative Council Representative 2; Sophomore Show; Minstrel Show; 
All-College Show 2; Committees: Sophomore Show; Sophomore Dance; 
Junior Dance; Senior Luncheon; Public Relations 2; Big Sister 2, 3, 4; 
W.A.A. Awards 1; Basketball 1, 2; Field Hockey 1; Volleyball 4; S.S.C. 
Aide 1. 



Be specific . . . Remember J.M. . . . Carefree 
. . . "I'm lost!" . . . Four for tea . . . Let's braid a 
rug! . . . Decisions, Decisions . . . Cash, just say 
the word . . . —with the laughing face . . . Let's be 
first! . . . Which one now? . . . Salvador Dali . . . 
Follow the sun! . . . Rusty. 




Earth Science Club 2; Sophomore Show; All-College Show 2. 




"Buster" . . . July 14 . . . "Did you kids 
study?" . . . Basketball fan . . . Lounge . . . 
Have you seen Peggy?". . . "That's been 
changed" . . . "I've got to go shopping" . . . 
Wedding - September 2, 1961 . . . Eco . . . 
Which Mary? . . . Three Mouseketeers. 




Book Club 1, 2, 3, 4; S.N.E.A. 4; Committees: Sophomore Show; Junior 
Prom; W.A.A. Award 1; Basketball 1, 2; Soccer 1, 2; Bridgewater Play 
Day 2. 



Hostess with the mostess . . . Rm. 104 . . . New 
York . . . Grandma's cake . . . Finast . . . "Where s 
Barbara?" . . . twister . . . Hide and Seek . . . Cali- 
fornia . . . Records . . . Contacts. 




College Choir 2; Glee Club 1, 2; S.N.E.A. 2, 3; Co-operative Council 
Executive Board 2, 3; Daisy Chain 3; Committees: Freshman Dance; 
Freshman Tea; Open House 2, Co-Chairman 3, Chairman 4; Public Re- 
lations 2, Co-Chairman 3, Chairman 4; Social 2, W.A.A. Awards 1; Fresh- 
man Representative; Swimming Manager 2; Manager, Individual Points 
4; Basketball 2; Field Hockey 1; Golf 2; Modern Dance 1; Soccer; Swim- 
ming 1, 2, 3; Volleyball 1; Compass Staff 1. 




Jf^atricia, oCorenz 

6 SUNSET ROAD 
SALEM 
ELEMENTARY 
DECEMBER 26 




Mr ■ 



Book Club 1; S.N.E.A. 4; Sophomore Show; All-College Show 2; Com- 
mittees: Freshman Dance; Freshman Tea; Program 4; Senior Luncheon 
4; Open House 4; W.A.A. Awards 1; Basketball 1; Bowling 3; Field Hoc- 
key 1, 2; Swimming 2, Volleyball 1, 2. 



Pat . . ."Forget it.". . . Famous cashier at the Para- 
mount . . . Sparkling blue eyes . . . Loves foreign 
spelling on maps . . . Perpetual diet . . . "Another 
hot fudge sundae, please" . . . Discussions at Forest 
River . . . "Don't look now, but—" . . . First Aid 
for poor skiers. 




A.C.E. 4; Arts and Crafts Club 4; Book Club 1; Golf Club 2; M.T.A. 4; 
S.N.E.A. 4; Minstrel Show 1; Sophomore Show; All-College Show 2; Com- 
mittees: Freshman Dance 1; Sophomore Dance-Decorations, Publicity, 
Invitations 2; Sophomore Show-Publicity, Make-up 2; Junior Dance 
3; Senior Reception-Favors, Publicity 2; Senior Luncheon-Invitations 4; 
W.A.A. Volleyball 2, 4; W.A.A. 1st Award; Dean's Aide 1, 2; Queen's 
Court-Junior Prom 3. 



Ben . . . "I'm hungry" . . . Wedding Bells . . . Loves 
to teach ... "I want to live on a farm" . . . talkative 
. . . "Diamonds are a girl's best friend" . . . "Guess 
I'll have to learn to make ravioli!" . . . "Oh,Yah!" . . . 
"You look beautiful today." 




Business Council Representative 1; M.A.A. Intramural Sports Basket- 
ball 1, 2, 3, 4; Usher 3. 





Book Club 3; Program Committee 3, 4; Dean's List 3, 4. 



Swimming in November . . . thirst for knowledge . . . 
sports . . . "When I was a lifeguard" . . . book bur- 
dened arms . . . "Have to see about my program" 
. . . part of the elite. 



Mar Wo 



69 COBURN STREET 
LYNN 
JUNIOR HIGH 
APRIL 24 



Kappa Delta Phi 2, 3, 4; Math Conference. 




"I teach others how to drive" . . . family 
man . . . "No, I'm Art" 5 . . "I'm having 
trouble with my schedule" . . . Lowell 
Tech Set . . . Cramming in the library. 





Kappa Delta Phi 2, 3, 4; Big Brother 2; Mathematics Workshop 3; In- 
tramural Sports; Basketball 2. 





Book Club 1; Choir 1, 2; All College Show Cast 2, 4; Sophomore Show 
Cast 2; Make-up Committee Chairman 2, 3, 4; W.A.A. Swimming 2; 
Soccer 1; Field Hockey 1. 



West Point . . . Soccer ... "5 Spades" . . . "Manya" 
. . . Ex's . . . "Am I Blue?" . . . Boston . . . "Yes, 
she's my sister." 




Book Club 4; Footlighters 4; Dean's List 4. 



"Hi!" . . . "That's classic!" . . . "More, more, more" 
. . . Fight for the cause ... "I forgot" . . . Filene's 
Basement ... "I disagree!" . . . Down to Bertini's! 



Frances ^Ifjalion 

333 HAVERHILL STREET 
LAWRENCE 
ELEMENTARY 
JUNE 6 




S.N.E.A. 4. 



Special . . . Fran . . . My little house . . . Ben Casey 
. . . The Tuesday night banker . . . Lasagna and 
ravioli . . . "Did you see?" . . . Cramming in the caf 
. . . Rivals Jack Benny . . . "The brake, not the gas!" 




S.S.C. Aide 3; Book Club 2, 3; Pi Omega Pi 2, 3, 4; Public Relations 4; 
Sophomore Show; Log 1, 4; Senior Reception Committee; Honors Pro- 
gram 3, 4; Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4. 



Mike . . . Flying home . . . studious one . . . "Will 
you please close that window" . . . Geography major 
. . . punctual . . . "Are the marks out yet?" . . . Dean's 
List ... "I understand" . . . certain to succeed. 




Pi Omega Pi 3. 4; Art Club 4; Business Council 3, 4. 



Direct from Merrimack . . . Sugar and Spice . . . 
one of the "special" few ... a flair for Chinese food 
. . . none could be nicer . . . "Have you seen the 
'specials'?" 




Pi Omega Pi 4; Book Club 1; Glee Club 2; Committees: Alumni 2; Audit- 
ing 4; Freshman Dance Committee; Class Gift 4; W.A.A. Basketball 1; 
Golf 2; Tennis 2. 



"I'm going to the cafeteria" . . . "I'm hungry" . . . 
Gruesome threesome . . . "Where's Terry?" . . . "I'll 
type it" . . . Likes to read . . . heart of gold. 



^£)orotliy ^J. 1/YlaSon 

18 COLUMBUS AVENUE 
NEWBURYPORT 
ELEMENTARY 
JUNE 21 




A.C.E. 4; Book Club 4; M.T.A. 4; S.N.E.A. 4; Sophomore Show 2; Senior 
Show 4; WAA. First Award 2; Field Hockey 2; Soccer 2; Volleyball 2. 



"You dear child'' . . . peanut butter sandwiches . . . 
knee lengths . . . glass jars and fruit . . . George 
Hamilton IV . . . cucumber and mayonnaise . . . 
"Dear, don't worry" . . . art major . . . "I'm going 
Homme." . . . star gazer . . . loves to eat. 





Richard J. ^YjcC^ci^rey 

120 MOUNT VERNON STREET 
LOWELL 
JUNIOR HIGH 
DECEMBER 19 



Camera Club 1, 3; Weather Club Projectionist 1, 2; Co-operative Coun- 
cil Representative 1, 4; Intramural Sports; Basketball 2; Bowling 1, 2; 
Mathematics Fair 3, 4. 



Dick . . . "That was the most unfair test I've ever 
taken" . . . "insights" . . . pole vault champion . . . 
Fountain of Youth . . . "Have you seen R.J.?" . . . 
Headed for the altar. 



56 GORHAM STREET 
SOMERVILLE 
JUNIOR HIGH 
OCTOBER 1 




Sophomore Show; All College Show 2; Usher Graduation 3; M.A.A. 
Varsity Sports :Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Sports: Basketball 1, 2, 3; 
Committees: Senior Class Executive Board; Massachusetts Conference 
on Citizenship 3; Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4. 



Filibuster ... "I don't mean to be disrespectful, Sir, 
but — " . . . rice, cotton, olives and dates . . . leader 
. . . the Voice . . . former third baseman . . . It's been 
a pleasure for us Jim. 




S.N.E.A. 3, 4; M.T.A. 3, 4; Sophomore Show 2; All College Show 2; Daisy 
Chain 3; Committees: Co-chairman Senior Reception 4; CLIPPER Hoe- 
down 4; Sophomore Dance 2; Conference Committee 3, 4; Demonstration 
Teaching— Elementary Teacher's Conference 3; Senior Class Gift Com- 
mittee 4; CLIPPER Literary Editor 4; Honor Program 3, 4; Dean's List 
1, 2, 3, 4. 



"Anyone for bridge?" . . "I'm over cut" . . . Dr. on 
wheels . . . smooth operator . . . see directory . . . 
"That's sharp" . . . reads between the lines . . . be- 
lieves in Nordic Supremacy . . . absence makes the 
heart grow fonder . . . way out . . . "You can't win 
them all" . . . Maxie . . . Oh, that Sophomore year! 



6 NIMITZ CIRCLE 
NATICK 
BUSINESS 
JULY 27 




S.S.C. Aide 2, 3; Class Secretary 4; Tri-Mu 1, 2, 3; President 2, 3; Busi- 
ness Council Representative 1; Co-operative Council Executive Board 4; 
Pi Omega Pi 3, 4; Earth Science Club 1; E.B.T.A. 3, 4; Director and 
Writer of Sophomore Show; Co-Director All College Show 4; Cheer- 
leader 3, 4; Open House Guide 2, 3, 4; Initiation Chairman 2; Minstrel 
Show 1, Class Day Hostess 3; Physical Education Conference 2; Com- 
mittees: Public Relations 2, 3; Conference Committee Chairman 3; Four 
Freshmen Committee 3; Junior Prom 3; Freshman Tea 1; Class 
Dances 1, 2, 3; Entertainment Orientation Day 2, 3; Senior Week Ex- 
ercises; Move Up Exercises 2, 3; Daisy Chain 3; Senior Nctvsletter 
4; W.A.A. Awards 1, 2, 3, 4; W.A.A. Head of Field Hockey 3; Head of 
Playdays 4; Sophomore Representative 2; W.A.A. Court 2; Basketball 
Honor Team 1, 3; Bowling 2; Advanced Field Hockey Team Captain 4; 
Soccer Honor Team 1, 2, 3; Swimming 3, 4; Volleyball Honor Team 1, 
2, 3; Playdays: Lowell 4; Salem 3, 4; Wellesley 1, 2, 3, 4. 



Mack . . . Secretary ... 4 Atlantic . . . Betty Co-ed 
. . . "I don't get it" . . . Everyone's friend . . . "It's 
V-R-A-Y" . . . Director . . . Like mother, like daugh- 
ter . . . Natick . . . top personality . . . W.A.A. tops 
. . . indubitable success ... a lasting friend. 




i/Qoberl <£. l/V\cCjinne55 

255 LEXINGTON AVENUE 
CAMBRIDGE 
ELEMENTARY 
MAY 24 



Circle K 2, 3; International Relations 3, 4; Treasurer 4; Sophomore Show 
2; All College Show 2; Committees: Sophomore Show— Tickets 2; Junior 
Week 3; Intramural Basketball 1, 2; Intramural Football 1, 2; M.A.A. 



Guido . . . Late for class ... "I don't study" . . . 
Florida in February . . . Speed demon . . . Junior 
week . . . "Are we having a test?" . . . Night driver 
... No tie ... Be professional' . . . PCYC. 




(jeraidine ^YJcCji 



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509 VILLAGE STREET 
MEDWAY 
BUSINESS 
OCTOBER 14 




S.S.C. Aide 1; Tri Mu 1, 2, 3, 4; Pi Omega Pi 2, 3, 4; Sophomore Show 
Usherette; Committee: Public Relations 4; Invitation Committee Senior 
Luncheon 4; Business Council Dance; W.A.A. Formal Committee; W.A.A. 
Awards 1, 2, 3, 4; W.A.A. Hiking Manager 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Field 
Hockey 2, 3; Soccer 3; Swimming 2, 3; Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4; Daisy Chain. 



Gerry . . . Medway News . . . "Fill er up?" . . . 
J.F.K. . . . "But my sister belongs" . . . Laughing eyes 
. . . Bobbsy twins . . . "Darn this alphabetical seat- 
ing" . . . farmer ... ski weekend . . . study? 
. . . two gears to Medway. 




Senior Executive Board; International Relations 3; Co-operative Council 
Representative 3, 4; Sophomore Show 2; Senior Fashion Show 4; All 
College Show 2; Usher Move-up 3; Usher Class Day 3; Graduation 3; 
M.A.A. Vice President 3; President 4; Committees: Council Insurance 
4; Props Sophomore Show 2; Soccer Banquet 3, 4; M.A.A. Dance 3; 
M.A.A. Banquet 3, 4; Orientation Day 4; Log 4; Citizenship Panel 3; 
Move-up Day Honor Guard 3; Open House 4; M.A.A. Executive 3, 4; 
Chairman 4; Varsity Sports: Basketball 1, 2, 3; Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4; Co- 
Captain Soccer 4; Intramural Sports: Badminton 4; Basketball 4; Bowl- 
ing 2; Volleyball 4. S.S.C. Aide 3; Dean's List 2, 3, 4; 



"Let's nod our heads, class" . . . Geri's berries . . . 
athlete ... "I never study" . . . "How did you do?" 
Chinese food . . . the Soccer diver . . . Somerville 
won again . . . verbose . . . "Want this homework?" 




Class Officer, Assistant Treasurer 4; Co-operative Council, Auditing 
Committee 4, Representative 4; Sophomore Show 2; W.A.A. Basketball 
2; Soccer 2; Math Conference 2; Committees: Chairman Tickets Sopho- 
more Show; Chairman Tickets Junior Prom; Chairman Tickets Senior 
Tea and Reception; Co-Chairman Senior Tea and Reception; Campus 
Carnival, Chairman Senior Booth 4; Publicity Committee Sophomore 
Show 2; Make-up Committee All College Show 2; Executive Board 
Junior Class 3. 



Ernie . . . $13— down the incinerator . . . February, 
for sure? . . . Open mouth; insert foot . . . "I'm col- 
lecting money for . . " Patience is a virtue . . . Meet 
you in the lounge. 




Weather Club 2, 3, 4; Camera Club 2, 3, 4; M.A.A. Basketball 1, 2; Bowl- 
ing; Committee for Last Assembly 4; Massachusetts Citizenship Confer- 
ence. 



The Thin Man . . . Many are called; few are chosen 
. . . satirical . . . "Want to buy a good cab?" . . . 
Big Red . . . "It's unethical" . . . "Why all the com- 
petition?" 



in a 



13 LORIS ROAD 

PEABODY 
JUNIOR HIGH 
SEPTEMBER 5 




Book Store Associate 1, 2; Kappa Delta Phi 2, 3; Treasurer 4; All College 
Show 4; Sophomore Show 2; Committees: Junior Week; Class Gift; 
Mathematics Fair 3, 4; Varsity Sports: Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Sports: 
Basketball 1, 2; Bowling 4; CLIPPER Photography Editor. 



Frankie . . . Jose . . . "That test was a snap" . . . 
"What a head on that beer" . . . "Soccer game today" 
. . . "I'm going skiing this weekend" . . . "insights" 
... "I wish I had never become involved." 




William -J. WerJt 

178 LIBERTY STREET 
LOWELL 
BUSINESS 
NOVEMBER 28 



Pi Omega Pi 2, 3, 4; E.B.T.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Book Club 2; Circle K 2, 3; Co- 
operative Council Representative 3, 4; Committees: Library 3; Auditing 
4; Executive Committee Senior Class; Junior Week Hall Committee; 
"Four Freshmen" Committee. 



Bill . . . Shorthand Refugee . . . politician . . . "I'm 
a conservative Democrat" . . . "If I can get a ride" 
. . . strictly on the Cuffe . . . "Where are you eat- 
ing?" . . . Lowell . . . "Be that as it may. ' 




Book Club 1, 2; Chairman General Welfare 4; Sophomore Show 2; All 
College Show 2, 4; Laurel Chain 3; Committees: Invitation 2; W.A.A. 
Banquet 2, 3; Junior Week 3; Junior Prom 3; Senior Reception 4; W.A.A. 
Playday 3; W.A.A. Semi-Formal 2, 3; W.A.A. Awards 1, 2, 3; Manager of 
Brown 2; Volleyball Manager 3; W.A.A. Sports: Basketball 1; Bowling 3; 
Field Hockey 2; Soccer 2; Swimming 2; Volleyball 2, 3; Queen's Court 1. 



"Pat" . . . Oh, that Sophomore year! . . . the library 
"Did you study?" . . . one of the four . . . Steam 
heat . . . Oxen Yoke . . . "This is ridiculous" . . . "For 
Boston" . . . health . . . The trio . . . Champagne 
Party . . . I'm working tonight . . . Deveraux Beach 
. . . South Station. 




5 SYCAMORE CIRCLE 
PEABODY 
ELEMENTARY 
JUNE 19 




Exchange Club 4; Dean's List 1, 2, 3. 



"Oh, my gosh!" . . . "Not again!" ... "I thought it 
was culture" . . . "But they won't accept those 
credits" . . . Member of the Golden Age Club . . . 
Big Five. 




85 SAGAMORE STREET 
LYNN 
ELEMENTARY 
APRIL 6 




Book Club 4; W.A.A. Sports; Bowling 2; Golf 1, 2; Swimming 2; Tennis 
2; Bepresentative at Bridgewater Playday 2; Dean's List 4. 



"There's plenty of time" 
terfly . . . Boola! Boola! 
Europe bound. 



sea . . . Madama But 
Stocks and bonds . . 




2b iane oC. ^Yjoore 

16 MOUNTAIN AVENUE 
SAUGUS 
ELEMENTARY 
MAY 14 




Art Club 4; A.C.E. 4; Book Club 1; S.N.E.A. 4; Sophomore Show 2; Com- 
mittees: Sophomore Show Publicity 2; Senior Luncheon, Co-chairman 4; 
Salem-Dartmouth Concert Usherette 2; W.A.A. Sports: Basketball 2; 
Field Hockey 2; Soccer 2; Dean's List 4. 



Di . . . likes ketchup . . . skiing . . . Filene's B 
. . . Wingarsheek Beach . . . The Glen . . . page 1— 
Salem News . . .VW . . . pillow cases . . . sweet 
. . . "Get me some pudding" . . . "Let's go to Florida" 
. . . "Sad movies make me cry" . . . artistic . . . 
Jordan's. 



Jane W< 



oran 

89 COTTAGE AVENUE 
WINTHROP 
ELEMENTARY 
DECEMBER 19 





A.C.E. 4; Book Club 4; Essex County Teachers Association 4; M.T.A. 4; 
S.N.E.A. 4; Sophomore Show 2; Committees: Sophomore Show— Tickets, 
Invitations, Publicity, Advertising, and Make-up 2; W.A.A. Swimming 
1, 2; Dean's Aide 1. 



Florida bound? . . . "I'm joining Jack on the Bean- 
stalk" . . . "No comment" . . . "Be serious" . . . 
"Thanks— but no thanks" . . . Detroit . . . Ottawa 
. . . Petite n sweet . . . Je ne sais Hen . . . "When 
Irish Eyes Are Smiling" . . . "Where's our class?" 




CurJyn W. Wo.it, 

76 BOYLES STREET 
BEVERLY 
ELEMENTARY 
SEPTEMBER 22 



A.C.E. 4; Camera Club 3; Chess Club 2, Secretary 3; Essex County 
Teachers Association 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; President 3, 4; M.T.A. 4; 
S.N.E.A. 4, Corresponding Secretary 4; Sophomore Show 2; Minstrel 
Show 2; All College Show 2; Fashion Show Model 4; Committees: Junior 
Prom Decorations 3; Music 4; Senior Prom Publicity 4; Move-up 3; 
CLIPPER Associate Editor 4; Honor Program 3, 4; College Aide 2; 
Panel member— conference on teaching methods 3; Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4. 



"Got a cigarette?" . . . California, here I come . . . 
great skier! . . . Lunch: an apple a day . . . tall and 
handsome . . . undecided . . . meet you in the smoker 
. . . Frank Sinatra . . . vow: never twist in public . . . 
Hi, contacts! . . . aid for the stars . . . B.U. ... 8:15 
coffee club . . . "The library '.' . . "Don't worry about 
it!". . . very best. 




"I didn't study " . . . Summers in Maine . . . "That's 
just dandy! '. . . "Ah don't know" . . . "Read that 
book" . . . "Let's go home" . . . one of the non- 
smokers. 




A.C.E. 3, 4; Essex County Teachers Association 3, 4; M.T.A. 3, 4; S.N.E.A. 
3, 4; Sophomore Show 2; All College Show 2, 4; Dedication 1. 



Phi Omega Eta . . . "Hello, even! ". . . "Let's take a 
walk" . . . John R. . . . Yabba-dabba-doo! . . . Desi 
. . . Contemporary cards . . . My Buddy . . . Fiddling 
around . . . "My hair is a mess!" . . . Ah soo! . . . 
K.U. . . . Meadowlark . . . The Glen . . . "Forget 




Kappa Delta Phi 2, 3, 4; Circle K 2, Secretary 3; Book Club 2; Pi Omega 
Pi 2, 3, 4; Business Council Vice President 3; Junior Prom; E.B.T.A. 1, 
2, 3, 4; Sophomore Show; All College Show 4; Committees: "Four Fresh- 
men" 3; Freshman Dance; Program Sophomore Show; Last Assembly 4; 
M.A.A. Basketball 1. 



Murph . . . Off to Regis . . . Shorthand refugee . . . 
Frat Five . . . "Will X quiz?" . . . carbonic engineer 
. . . Irish smile . . . Peanut butter kid . . . Puritan 
Arms taste . . . spaghetti dinner . . . accounting 
major? . . . another flat . . . top personality ... a 
real friend. 




Wary Jl. Wuse 

14 BRIDGE STREET 
SALEM 
ELEMENTARY 
DECEMBER 1 



Book Club 4; Sophomore Show 2; All College Show 2, 4; Laurel Chain 
3; Senior Reception Program Committee 4; W.A.A. First Award; W.A.A. 
Basketball 1, 2; Bowling 3; Volleyball 2; Move-up Exercise 3. 



Ronnie . . . "Wait till I tell you this!" . . . lounge 
. . . Steam Heat . . . "Which Mary?". . . Eco 
. . . Harriet Homemaker. . . N.T.E. . . ."It's all over 
kids" ... "I never got an E before" . . . "Whoopie" 
. . . The Three Mouseketeers . . . Lobster salad. 




Book Club 2, 4; S.N.E.A. 4; Sophomore Show Usherette 2; Committees: 
Junior Week 3; Publicity— Senior Fashion Show 4; W.A.A. Bowling 1; 
Golf 2. 



"Tell me, tell me quick!" . . . "Do you think we'll 
get a test?" ... "I know it cold" . . . Irv . . . Gorins 
• • playground . . . "Stunnint" . . . "yea" . . . "I'm 
hungry, let's eat." 




Weather Club 1; Pi Omega Pi 3, 4; Sophomore Show Usherette; Dean's 
List 3. 



Bill . . . Christmas bride . . . "I've joined the club" 
. . . natural friendliness . . . "Really?" ... a smile for 
all . . . Dean's list . . . sincere . . . professional touch 
. . . December 24, 1961. 




Exchange Club 3, 4. 



"My Three Sons" . . . "I'm the oldest of 
the old ladies" ... "I wish I were dead, I'm 
so tired! " . . "I've had it" . . . "I'm not go- 
ing to study any more" . . . How stupid 
can you get!" ... A member of the Gold- 
en Age Group . . . Big Five. 





RoU m fiicU 

127 MAPLE STREET 
LYNN 
JUNIOR HIGH 
DECEMBER 14 



Camera Club 2, 3; Sophomore Show; All College Show 2; M.A.A. Dance 
Committee 3; M.A.A. Sports: Varsity Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Soccer 2; Intra- 
mural: Basketball 1, 2, 3; Bowling 4; Sophomore Dance Committee 2; 
State Citizenship Conference 3, 4; Reading Conference 3. 



"Where you going to get your Master's?" . . . "Ron- 
nie will now do the organ" . . . "Don't be facetious" 
"Did you see that I'm a regional geography major?" 
. . . "Let's twist." 




Math Conference 2; Committees: Sophomore Show Ticket 2; Sophomore 
Show Publicity 2; Junior Prom Ticket 3; Council Auditing 4; Campus 
Carnival Senior Booth 4. 



"You don't love me any more" . . . Connie . . 
The Pedal ... Phi Omega Eta . . . "That's life" . . 
white sneakers . . . budget . . . cereal . . . "The Star 
light" ... "I hate to say anything." 



A 



8 FELLS ROAD 

STONEHAM 
ELEMENTARY 
JUNE 19 



Sophomore Show 2; All College Show 2, 4; Daisy Chain 3; Committees: 
Class Dance 1, 2, 3; Social Committee 3, 4; Freshman Tea 1; Open House 
2; Junior Prom 3; Senior Reception 4; Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, Co-captain 4; 
Dean's Aide 2; Campus Queen's Court 3; Campus Queen 4. 



"The Attic" . . . squeak . . . tickets . . . Freckles 
. . . "That's cute" . . . Route 128 . . . "Did you study?" 
. . . Crinkly Nose . . . "Hi Kids" . . . Valerie Vogue 
. . . Twister . . . Official Checker . . . My pearl! 
. . . Wingaersheek Beach . . . S.J.L. . . . Punchy . . . 
Long hair . . . Spirit of S.S.C. ... La massue. 



Clancy ^ane ^Joyed 

108A QUINCY AVENUE 
WINTHROP 
ELEMENTARY 
NOVEMBER 13 




Art Club 2, 4; A.C.E. 2, 4; Camera Club 3; Glee Club 2; E.C.T.A. 2, 4; 
International Relations Club 3, 4; M.T.A. 2, 4; S.N.EA. 2, 4; S.N.E.A. 
Representative 4; Sophomore Show 2; All College Show 2, 4; Confer- 
ence Committee 4; Move-up 3; Dean's Aide 2; Junior Week Committees 
3; S.N.E.A. Log Reporter 4; Sophomore Show — Tickets; Dean's List 4. 



Univ. of Mass. transfer . . . Nancy with the laugh- 
ing face . . . one-eleven . . . soccer games . . . parties 
. . . the smile . . . noses . . pearls . . . "Little 
Hughie" . . . "Good Old Nellie" . . . "Whee! ". . . 
"Dummie" . . . the "guys" . . . radar ... 17 degrees 
. . . "Don't knock it" . . . "Puffer." 




Kappa Delta Phi 2, 3, Executive Board 4; Circle K 1, 2, 3; Co-operative 
Council Vice President 3, President 4; Eastern States Teachers Associa- 
tion Conference 3; Sophomore Show 2; All College Show 2, 4; Com- 
mencement Usher 3; Committees: National Student Association Coordin- 
ator 4; Chairman, Library 3; Class Dances 1, 2; Junior Week 3; Junior 
Prom 3; Senior Reception 4; Council Semi-Formal 3, 4; Initiation Ban- 
quet 4; Council Nominating 2; Orientation Day 3, 4; All College Outing 
3, 4; CLIPPER Advertising Manager 4; Hoedown 4; Compass 3, 4; Log 
3, 4; M.A.A. Executive Board 4; Varsity Soccer 1, 2; Intramural 
Basketball 1, 2, 3; Open House 2, 3, 4; Move-up Exercises 2, 3, 4; In- 
vestiture 4; Ivy Exercises 4; Campus Carnival 4; Public Relations 3, 4; 
Finance 3, 4; Dean's List 4. 



Ovid ... 4 plus 1 . . . Hank . . . "Amor" . . . panic 
button . . "it's worth a point" . . . "that's what she 

said" . . . Council Pres. . . . Homer . . . Let's 

. . . Drum Corps!! . . . Grad. school. 



m 



aruann 

106 CENTRAL AVENUE 
EVERETT 
ELEMENTARY 
FEBRUARY 27 





Cap and Gown Committee 4; W.A.A. Modern Dance 2; Volleyball 3; 
Queen's Court Junior Prom 3; Dean's List 4. 



"The Apartment" . . . dinner by candlelight . . . 
How Dull! . . . Florida excursions . . ."A live wire 
never gets stepped on!" . . . Have luggage— will 
travel . . . Cosmopolitan Miss . . . six meals a day 
. . . Donne e Mobile . . skiing . . . Cape Cod 
. . . La M (issue. . . sand in my shoes. 




Book Club 2, 3; Russian Club 2; French Club 1; Co-operative Council 
Program Committee 3, Chairman 4; Representative 4; Library Committee 
3; Mass. Youth Citizenship Conference 3; W.A.A. 1, 2; Dean's List 2, 3, 4; 
Salutatorian 4. 



"How do you think you did?" . . . genteel . . . sharp 
dresser ... "I have an appointment with" . . . 'Til 
tell you something" . . . Miss Program Committee 
. . . part of the elite. 



Clancy £1. O ^leii 

70 SURREY STREET 
MEDFORD 
ELEMENTARY 
JUNE 30 




Sophomore Show 2; All College Show 2, 4; Committees : Sophomore Show 
2; Freshman Dance 1; Investiture 4; Dean's Aide 1; W.A.A. Bowling 2; 
Golf 2; Modern Dance 1; Soccer 1, 2; Tennis 1, 2; Volleyball 1, 2; First 
Award. 



Wide eyes . . . Cheshire Cat . . . The round about 
way . . . pixie . . . Little Utopia . . . exercises . . . 
foam . . . "Get Serious" . . "It's too puffy" . . . The 
Cape . . . Twist again . . . Mud in your eye . . . La 
Massue ... "I wish there was a party." 






lleth 

8 HOLDING STREET 
BEVERLY 
JUNIOR HIGH 
JUNE 19 



Circle K, Vice President 3; Weather Club 1; Co-operative Council, Vice 
President 3; Executive Board 3; Chairman, Sophomore Dance 2; Sopho- 
more Show 2; Usher Dedication Ceremony 3; Guide, Public Open House 
3, 4; Administrative Aid 3; Citizenship Conference 3; M.A.A. Secretary 
4; Varsity Sports: Basketball 1; Soccer 1, 2, 3; Intramural Sports: Bas- 
ketball 1, 2, 3; Badminton 4; Golf 3, 4; Associate Editor, Clipper 4. 



Of course I speak Latin (Cui Bonum) . . . Coffee 
anyone . . . It's pronounced OWILLETTE??? . . . 
Better late than never . . . I'm thinking of backing 
Barry . . . Castro is "Peeg" . . . Howie's saviour. 




Russian Club 3, 4; S.N.E.A. 4; M.T.A. 4; Earth Science Club 4; Sopho- 
more Show Publicity 2; Art Committee 2; W.A.A. Basketball 1, 2; Bowl- 
ing 1; Softball 1; Volleyball 1, 2; First Award; School Chorus 1. 



"Who cares" . . . "I've gotta go to work" . . ."Do 
you know this stuff?" . . . Oriental jazz . . .Armenian 
weekends . . . Petite Mademoiselle . . .college suc- 
cess . . . Will go far. 




Book Club 1, 2, 3; Dramatic Club 4; Earth Science Club 2; Art 4; 
S.N.E.A. 4; Sophomore Show 2; All College Show Usherette 2; Commit- 
tees: Freshmen Tea 1; Sophomore Show 2; Junior Week 3; Junior Prom 
3; Class Dance— Decorations 1, 2; CLIPPER Hoedown— Decorations 4; 
Senior Reception 4; Dean's Aide 1; W.A.A. Swimming 1. 



Phi Omega Eta . . . My dog Rusty . . . Connie Co-ed 
. . . Knee sox and white sneakers . . . Bentley . . . 
"Are we supposed to be in class now?" . . "Who?" 
Angora . . . "I'll call you." 




Book Club 3; Sophomore Show 2; All College Show 2, 4; General Wel- 
fare 4; Committees: Sophomore Show 2; Junior Week 3; Move-up Ex- 
ercises 3; Senior Reception 4; Daisy Chain 3; Junior Prom Queen's Court 
3; Graduation Committee 4; W.A.A. Basketball 1; Swimming 2; Volley- 
ball 2, 3, 4; First Award; Dean's List 4. 



Sixth graders ... 4 Atlantic . . . that nickname . . . 
Oh, that Sophomore year! . . . one of the four . . . 
Steam Heat . . . Oxen Yoke ... St. Patty's Day . . . 
"Gotta have a cigarette!" . . . "I'm so confused" 
. . . convertibles . . . "I'm gonna let my hair grow" 
. . . Seven Lonely Days . . . frosted. 




S.N.E.A. 4; Council Representative 3; Sophomore Show 2; All College 
Show 4; Committees: Freshmen Dance 1; Senior Luncheon— Chairman 4; 
Open House Guide 4; W.A.A. First and Second Award; W.A.A. Sports: 
Basketball 1, 2; Bowling 2; Field Hockey 1, 2; Soccer 1; Softball 2; Vol- 
leyball 1, 2; W.A.A. Senior Representative and Acting Vice President 4; 
Dean's Aide 4; W.A.A. Queen's Court 4. 



J. P. ... a blonde bombshell . . . Quiet as TNT . . . 
A smile for everyone . . . Happy-go-lucky . . . Full 
of Fun . . . Life of any party . . . Knit-wit . . . 
Peter . . . "I'll never tell" . . . Hope chest? 




Clubs: Book 1, 2, 3; Earth Science 1, 2; Footlighters 3, Secretary 
4; Sophomore Show 2; All College Show 3, 4; Dean's Aide 1, 2; Com- 
mittees: Initiation Banquet 1; Sophomore Show 2; junior Week 3: Junior 
Prom 3; W.A.A. Formal 3; Log 3; Drama Tournament 3; Move-up Ex- 
ercises 3. 



"You take the high road" . . . Marty . . . "Where is 
your heart?" . . . "No, but I've read the book" . . . 
On stage . . . "Who, me?" . . . Scotland bound . . . 
Hate potato chips . . . first grade . . . brand new- 
aunt ... In the library . . . Carrot sticks . . . Cram- 
ming in the cafe. 




S.N.E.A. 4; M.T.A. 4; Publicity Committee 4; Make-up Committee 4. 



"There she goes, consistent cossack!" . . . Never 
fear . . . Don't press the panic button . . . Hey . . . 
"Hey, Liley, Liley" . . . Buff . . ."I've got her 
pegged" . . . Just a sweet, lovable kid. 




FootHghtcr.s 3; Dean's Aide 1, 2; Sophomore Show 2; Senior Executive 
Board 4; Committees: Freshman Dance — Decorations 1; Junior Prom 
3; Sophomore Show 2; Campus Carnival 4; Freshman Tea. 



"Onward and upward" . . . Brambles . . . life of the 
party . . . blue shirts . . . "Tonight, tonight" . . . 
vivaciouse . . . always laughing . . . blue station 
wagon . . . "As the World Turns" . . "wishy washy" 
. . . I should be reading more." 




9 FARRAGUT ROAD 
IPSWICH 
BUSINESS 
DECEMBER 3 



Earth Science Club 1, 2; Daisy Chain 3; Committees: Public Relations 
4; Senior Reception 4; Junior Week; Open House 4; Business Dance 3; 
W.A.A. Awards 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Representative 3; Basketball 1. 2, 3, 4, 
Honor Team 1, 2, 3; Swimming 2, 4; Soccer 3; Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4, Honor 
Team 3; Hiking 1, 2, 3, 4. 



Kathy . . . All for the Love of a Girl . . . Clam Digger 
. . . "Why study?" . . . doodler . . . Misty Acres 
"Let's cut class" . . . cute as a button . . . cheerful . . . 
casual. 



127 PEARCE STREET 
FALL RIVER 

BUSINESS 
JANUARY 24 




S.S.C. Aide 3, 4; Pi Omega Pi 3, 4; E.B.T.A. 4; S.N.E.A. 2; E.B.T.A. 
Convention 4; Open House Guide 4; Sophomore Show; Business Council 
President 4; Tri Mu President 1; Circle K President 3, 4; Tri Mu 1, 2; 
Alumni Committee 4; Senior Class Executive Board 4; Log Contributor 
3, 4; Business Manager 4; CLIPPEB Associate Editor 4; M.A.A. Bowl- 
ing 2; Honors Program 3, 4; Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4. 



"Don't speak to me, I'm in a bad mood" . . . "I've 
got nine meetings during twenty-minute break" 
. . . "California or bust" . . . Providence Reds . . . 
"Can I put your lights out for you?" ... "I can't 
wait till Friday." 




Russian Club 4; Initiation Committee 1; Sophomore Show 2. 



Informality . . . poodles, horses . . . It's Russian 
. . . swinging voice . . ."I don't understand it. . . 
part of the elite . . . PlecinoGA . . THuh? You talk- 
ing to me?". . . to the lounge . . . infectious laugh . . . 




Circle K 1, 2, 3; International Relations 3; Kappa Delta Phi 1, 2, 3, 4; 
S.N.E.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Weather Club 1; Sophomore Show 2; All College 
Show 2, 4; Log 4; Committees: Freshman Dance 1; Freshman Tea 1; 
Sophomore Dance 2; Open House 3; Library 3; Junior Week 3; Junior 
Prom 3; Senior Reception 4; Intramural Basketball 1; Bowling 1; Cam- 
pus Carnival 4; Footlighters 3, 4. 




Pat . . . "It's who you know!'' . . . turkey 
dinners . . . October 21, 1961 . . ."Who's 
going down the Lynnway?" . . sleep, sleep, 
sleep . . ."I married an angel." 





Glee Club 3; Book Club 3; Sophomore Show 2; Initiation Banquet Show 
1; Junior Prom Favor Committee 3; W.A.A. Sports: Basketball 1, 2; Bowl- 
ing 2; Field Hockey 2, 3; Hiking 1, 2; Softball 1, 2; Soccer 2, 3; Volley- 
ball 2; W.A.A. First Award; Semi-Formal Decorations 2; Honors Program 
4; Dean's List 3, 4. 



"Let's go to the caf, Joanne" . . . "lonely boy" . . . 
Some day I'll be in Who's Who or What's What . . . 
loves Frank Sinatra records . . . "Diane taught me 
how to do the Twist" . . . Mascot . . . "You ain't got 
no culture" . . . C.A. ... A sweet sweeter ... "I 
sell fishing equipment" 




S.S.C. Aide 4; E.B.T.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; S.N.E.A. 1, 2; Pi Omega Pi 3, His- 
torian 4; Evening Librarian 4; E.B.T.A. Convention 4; Tri Mu 1, 2; 
Circle K 2, 3, 4; Guide Convention Physical Ed. Instructors 2; Ju- 
nior Week; Auditing Committee 3, 4; Business Council Dance ;M. A. A. 
Bowling 2, Head 3. 



Janie . . . "Going home for the weekend" . . . Ca- 
nadian Hay" . . . "Captain Midnight". . . night peo- 
ple . . . librarian . . . "Sorry, my car's full" . . . more 
suitcases . . . "What do you mean, I live in the 
sticks?" . . ."Let's go somewhere" . . . Bowler? 




Earth Science Club 1; Sophomore Show 2; Sophomore Show Advertise- 
ment Committee; Program Committee; W.A.A. Basketball 2, Golf 2, Vol- 
leyball 2; Woodrow Wilson Fellowship Nomination 4; Math Confer- 
ence Guide 2; Big Sister 2; Dr. Conant's Study Commission Conference; 
Math Fair 3; Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4; Honors Program 3, 4. 



Travel . . . sun, sea, sand . . . "Budget— what's that?" 
. . . The play's the thing . . . Latin American music 
. . . anyone for shuffleboard, badminton? . . ."Oh, 
really." 




Art Club 4; A.C.E. 4; M.T.A. 4; N.E.A. 3, Vice President 4; International 
Relations Club 3; Committees: Senior Program 4; N.E.A. Program 4; 
Move-up 3; CLIPPER Hoedown 4; Council Nominating 2; CLIPPER Art 
Editor 4; Honors Program 3, 4; Dean's List 2, 3, 4. 



"Pretty good for an old lady" . . . "I'm not prema- 
turely gray" . . . half pint . . . Hot Rod . . . B&B 
. . . How do you cook boiled H o 0? . . . "Friday night 
at Bonfante's" . . . My green sweater . . . Bev . . . 
"Let's go have a cigarette" . . . Twinkle-toes and 
devil eyes. 




34 FENTON AVENUE 
LYNN 
ELEMENTARY 
APRIL 14 



Sophomore Show 2; All College Show 2, 4; Committees: Freshman Dance 
1; Sophomore Dance 2; Sophomore Show 2; Initiation 2; Council Rep- 
resentative 4; Library Committee 4; Finance Committee 3, 4; Nomination 
Committee 1; Intramural Basketball 1, 2; Bowling 2, 3, 4. 



Boomerang . . . Beologe . . . Rm. 104 . . . E.N. 
. . . 101 ... "I will not!" . . . "I'm giving up smoking" 
. . . suits . . . "I'll pick you up" . . . cookies . . . 
furry buns . . . new friends . . . "May I have your 
attention" . . . french toast ... 10 o'clock feeding. 




Book Club 3; Arts and Crafts Club 4; Co-operative Council Representa- 
tive 3; Sophomore Show 2; Fashion Show 4; Log 2, 3, 4; W.A.A. Awards 
2, Basketball 2, Hiking 2, Volleyball 2, Honor Team 3; Committees: Ju- 
nior Prom; Senior Luncheon; Class Day; Dedication; Essex County 
Teachers' Convention Hostess; Daisy Chain 3; CLIPPER Photography 
Editor 4; Big Sister 1, 2, 3, 4. 



Athena . . . "I'll make my own!" . . . Ricki . . . Poodle- 
top . . . revolution in room— . . . We're the elite . . . 
Red hair? What hair! . . . "That's no consolation" 
. . . navy wife . . . cold, wet slide. 




439 ATLANTIC AVENUE 
MARBLEHEAD 
ELEMENTARY 
AUGUST 13 



College of Education, Oneonta, New York, . . . 
San Jose, Costa Rica . . . hubby Tom . . . Spanish 
. . . Latin America Mission . . . inquisitive . . . what 
a wit . . . lo-ove that smile ... "I mean 
New York accent. 



154 MARIANNA STREET 
LYNN 
ELEMENTARY 
SEPTEMBER 24 




Clubs: Book 1; Golf 2; Art 4; A.C.E. 4; M.T.A. 4; S.N.E.A. 4; Commit- 
tees: Class Dance 1, 2; Sophomore Show 2; Junior Dance 3; Senior Re- 
ception 4; Senior Luncheon 4; W.A.A. Volleyball 4. 



Sonny!!! . . . we went shopping last night . . . Spent 
the money before going to the Bank . . . loves to 
dance? . . . let's go have a cigarette . . . coffee . . . 
Next August . . Real china cups . . . Bowling . . . 
Looks like a coffin! 




Cjrace rjC. t^obtndon 

42 ROCK GLEN ROAD 
MEDFORD 
ELEMENTARY 
SEPTEMBER 24 



Sophomore Show 2; All College Show 2, 4; Committees: Program 2; Pub- 
lic Relations 2; General Welfare 3, 4; Open House 2; Junior Week 3; 
Freshman Tea 1; Senior Reception 4; Class Dance 1, 2; Compass 1, 2>' 
Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4; Dean's Aide 1, 2; W.A.A. First and Second Award; 
W.A.A. Sports: Bowling 2; Golf 1, 2; Modern Dance 1; Soccer 1, 2; Ten- 
nis 1, 2; Volleyball 1, 2. 



R-e-l-a-x . . . the attic . . . umm! . . . Going abroad 
. . . last-minute girl . . . Blond hair, blue shirts, and 
cigarettes . . . "The Hill or Heights?" . . . Knee 
socks . . . Clean sneakers? ? ... 4c stamps . . . 
"Where is the library?" . . . Twist again . . . Bert's . . . 
Sept. 15 . . . Jimmy . . . La massue. 




Book Club 1, 2, 3; Earth Science 1, 2; Footlighters 4; Council Repre- 
sentative 1; Sophomore Show 2; Laurel Chain 3; Committees: Chair- 
man Decorations 1, 2, 3; Chairman Flowers 3, 4; Sophomore Show 2; 
Junior Week 3; Senior Reception 4; Freshman Tea 1; Open House 2; 
Usherette Teachers' Conference 2. 



Phi Omega Eta . . . Peggy . . . B.S.B. . . . "I'm flunk- 
ing out." . . . "What time is it?" . . . Happy Hamp- 
ton . . . Dear Abby . . . Bruce . . . You should see 
my nieces . . . the apartment . . . "Ask my brother 
Bud " . . "I'm going to see the nurse." 




A.C.E. 4; E.C.T.A. 4; International Relations Club 3, President 4; M.T.A. 
4; S.N.E.A. 3, President 4; Library Committee 3, 4; Conference Commit- 
tee 3, 4; Honors Program 3, 4; Move-up Exercises 3, Executive board 
S.T.A. of Massachusetts 4; Chairman panel on Teaching Methods 3; 
Dean's List 2, 3, 4. 



Busy as a bee . . . "Happiness is just a thing called 
Joe" . . . paging Dr. Cohen ... 6 spades doubled 
. . . "Would you please explain that?" . . "Celery for 
lunch, anyone?" . . . "Where are my glasses?" . . . 
a Young Republican . . . "But I don't have a text 
book" . . . "We have a library?" 




W. A. A. Basketball 1; Golf 1; Volleyball 1; Honors Program 3; Dean's 
Aide 1, 2; Honor Guard Move-up Exercises 3; Dean's List 2, 4. 



"A blush of pink" . . . Wellington . . . feather duster 
. . . the library . . . bowler . . . "The Apartment" 
. . . coffee nerver . . . La Massue . . . "keep out of my 
hall" ... "I didn't like my own birthday party!" . . . 
Diamonds are a girl's best friend. 




Art Club 2, 4; Book Club 1, 2, 3; Camera Club 2, 3; A.C.E. 4; E.T.A. 4; 
S.N.E.A. 4; Sophomore Show 2; Committees: Initiation 2; Junior Prom 3; 
Class Dance 1, 2; Dean's List 4. 



"Nance" . . . The Big Four . . . "Where shall we go 
this summer-Gloucester? Maine?" . . . Oh, those 
lobsters, and that potato salad! . . . Somebody's been 
here! . . . Twins ESP . . . Wentworth dances . . . 
Pete . . . "But you'll love P-town" . . . "Come on, 
Boom, we'll be late for class." 



30 STONE STREET 
BEVERLY 
ELEMENTARY 
NOVEMBER 30 




Book Club 3; S.N.E.A. 2; Dean's Aide 1; Freshman Dance Committee 1; 
Sophomore Dance Committee 2. 



"Don't talk about the test" . . . the lounge . . . "It's 
all over!" . . . "You can get out and walk" ... "I hope 
my car starts" . . . "Forget it" . . . N.T.E. . . . The 
Three Mouseketeers . . . "R" . . . Salada tea . . . April 
. . . pennies . . . "Listen, Charley" . . . "Rots o' 
Ruck" . . . 




Exchange Club 3, 4; M.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Dean's List 2. 




. . . blondes . . . Little Walter . . . 
. . "Forget it" . . . "and Juliet is the 
. . "This is a waste" . . . Mr. Esquire 
: of the elite . . . chain smoker. 




S.N.E.A. 2; Cooperative Council Secretary 4; Representative 1: Execu- 
tive Board 4; Social Committee 3, 4; General Welfare 3, 4; Eastern 
State Teachers Association Conference 3, 4; Director of Sophomore Show 
2; Director of All College Show 2, 4; Graduation Marshal 3; Cheerleader 
2, 4, co-captain 3; Dean's Aide 1, 2; CLIPPER Associate Editor 4; 
Committees: Move-up 2, 3; Freshman Tea 1; Freshman Dance 1; Junior 
Dance 3; Co-chairman Tickets— Sophomore Dance 2; Big-Name Star 3; 
Chairman— Junior Prom Decorations 3; Last Chapel 4; Senior Reception 
4; Council Formal— Co-chairman Flowers 3; Co-chairman Decorations 
and Theme 4; W.A.A. First, Second, Third, and Fourth Awards; Man- 
ager of golf 3; Manager of Team Sports 4; Executive Board 3, 4; W.A.A. 
Sports: Basketball 2, 3, 4; Bowling 2; Field Hockey 1, 2, 3; Golf 2, 3; 
Soccer 2, 3; Swimming 1; Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4; Dean's List 4. 



"Annie" ... 4 Atlantic . . . B.T. . . ? Tommy. . . Oh, 
that Sophomore year! . . . one of the four . . . Ben 
Franklin . . . Stella by Starlight . . . Uncoordinated? 
— never! . . . Efficiency plus . . . Gloucester pal 
. . . Peeps . . . Lollipop, lollipop! . . ."Oh, I need a 
bandage!" 




Graduation Committee 4; W.A.A. Modern Dance 2. 



"Green eyes talk" . . . July 1, 1962 . . . Buddy . . . 
Earning a B.S. and an M.R.S. . . . green thumb 
. . . "But I don't like short hair" . . . Barcelona Hotel, 
Florida . . . The Apartment . . . Likes books, music 
. . . "coffee anyone?" ... La Massue. 



C^urtid C^. 



lawyer 

24 COOLIDGE AVENUE 
PEABODY 
JUNIOR HIGH 
AUGUST 5 




Intramural Sports: Golf 2; Basketball 2; Mathematics Conference Guide 
3; Chemistry Book Award; Big Brother 2; Dr. Conant's Study Commission 
Conference; Dean's List 3, 4. 



Curt . . . Family man . . . chemistry and 
physics wonder man . . . The noisy study 
sessions in the library . . . wonderful hand- 
writing . . . Lowell Tech Set. 





Intramural Sports 2, 3; Big Brother 2; Dr. Conant's Study Commission 
Conference; Dean's List 4. 



Bob . . . "That test was no sweat" . . . Lounge com- 
mittee 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . "What' s a library?" . ."Chickie" 
. . . Sanford, Me. . . . non-conformist . . .wild hairdo 
. . . What a sense of humor . . . wonderful hand- 
writing. 



$arba.ra lf¥\. Scott 

341 LAFAYETTE STREET 
SALEM 
BUSINESS 
AUGUST 8 




Pi Omega Pi 3, 4; Tri Mu 1; Business Council Representative 3, 4; Coun- 
cil Representative 3; Committees: Open House 1, Business Banquet 3, 4, 
Business Dance 3, 4; W.A.A. Field Hockey 1, 2; Soccer 1, 2; Volleyball 
1, 2; Honors Program 3, 4; Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4 



Mrs. Housewife . . . "My two Davids" . . . "We think 
he's cute, too." . . . Helpful manner . . . sociable 
. . . ambitious . . . "Smile!" . . . Six years . . . Fifty- 
three steps from the classroom. 





"Walk softly, carry a big stick" . . . "I'm ready" . . . 
"I'm an Ed. major" . . . French girls . . . Latin and 
the N Club . . . "Can you really speak Latin, Art?" 
. . . "I miss Larry." 



191 EUCLID AVENUE 
LYNN 
ELEMENTARY 
JULY 24 




Book Club 2; N.E.A. 2, 4; Dean's Aide 1; Sophomore Show 2; Commit- 
tees: Senior Reception 4; Make-up of Sophomore Show 2; Publicity 4. 



Patsy Ann . . . What a Cadillac . . . "Oh! I forgot 
the tire" . . "OOPS! hold it" ... "I have to go to 
work" . . . Angora? . . . my nieces and nephews 
. . . "What notes?" 




Book Club 3, 4; S.N.E.A. 1, 4; Dean's Aide 1, 2; Junior Prom Favors 
Committee 3; Senior Music Committee 4; Honors Program 3, 4; Dean's 
List 2, 3, 4. 



Gardenias and chiffon . . . learning to doubt . . . 
Glenn Miller and Tchaikovsky . . . organized con- 
fusion . . . peppery Renoir . . . Dame Margot and 
Tallchief . . . Thoreau's ... a majority of one . . . 
the interesting year of 115 A.D. 




Bookstore Associate 1, 2, 3, 4; Kappa Delta Phi 2, 3, 4; Golf Club 1, 2, 
3, 4; Sophomore Show; Sophomore Show Make-up Committee 1; Intra- 
mural sports: Bowling 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2; Varsity: Golf Team 2, 3, 4. 



"Siff" . . . Frat man . . . best-dressed man on campus 
. . . Jordan Marsh . . . Woman's man . . . member of 
the insights committee . . ."I'm supposed to be 
working in the bookstore now.'' 




Book Club 2, 3; E.B.T.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Tri Mu 1, 2, 3; Business Dance 1; 
W.A.A. Awards 1, 2; Basketball 2, 3; Field Hockey 3; Golf 2; Soccer 3; 
Tennis 2; Volleyball 2, 3. 



Pixie haircut . . . neat as a pin . . . that certain phone 
call . . . quiet . . . "How come?" . . . Boarder . . . 
"Where's Paula?" . . . "It's Friday— I can go home!" 
. . . Bus yard . . . Sympathetic . . . one of the four. 




Exchange Club 2, 3, 4; Arts and Crafts Club 4; Cooperative Council 
Representative 3, 4; Dean's List 2, 3, 4. 



Horses . . . golf pro . . . sees the bright side of life 
. . . "Did you understand that?" . . . young at heart 
. . . part of the elite . . . Just too tired. 




126 LYNNFIELD STREET 
PEABODY 
JUNIOR HIGH 
OCTOBER 5 



Camera Club 1; Exchange Club 1; Citizenship Committee. 



"Bluebird of Happiness" . . . "Is there any opposi- 
tion?" . . . Election bets . . . "You buying?" . . . 
Sweet Lorraine . . . diehard? . . . Kennedy Dynasty 
. . . charter member of the A.O.H. . . . defies 
description. 



16 FREMONT STREET 
WINTHROP 
JUNIOR HIGH 
MARCH 16 





Sophomore Show 2; Mathematics Fair, Guide 3; Bookstore Associate 
2, 3, 4; Cap and Gown Committee 4; Junior Week Committee 3; Co- 
operative Council alternate representative 4; Mathematics Fair Com- 
mittee 3; M.A.A. Intramural Sports: Basketball 2; Bowling 2, 3, 4; Vice 
President, Bowling 4; Instructor Water Safety and Swimming 3, 4. 



Don . . . the hustler . . . Mr. Methods . . . Suffolk 
University . . . "What was your mark?" . . . "Bring 
on the test" . . . Saccharine tablets . . . "Excuse me, 
I have to work in the bookstore now." 




wan 



OAK STREET 
MEDWAY 
BUSINESS 
JUNE 15 



Tri Mu 1, 2, 3, 4; Sophomore Show Usherette; Dean's Aide 1; Four 
Freshmen Committee 3; Invitation Committee Senior Luncheon 4; 
W.A.A. Basketball 1, 2, 3. 



Quiet one . . . lounge dweller . . . "What, me worry?' 
. . . J.F.K. . . . always a smile . . . roommates . . . 
sweet and neat . . . "Well, I made it." 




S.N.E.A. 3; Sophomore Show Usher; Senior Class Gift Committee; 
M.A.A.: Varsity Sports, Soccer 1, 3, 4; Intramural Sports; Basketball 1; 
Mathematics Fair Guide; Big Brother 2, 3. 



Joe . . . Mr. Soccer . . . "Anne" . . . "Did you get 
the math?" . . . Reading methods expert . . . "Wait 
a second, where did you get that from?" . . . Mar- 
riage bound. 





f-^liilippe oC. ^Jacln 

2 HARRISON ROAD 
SALEM 
ELEMENTARY 
DECEMBER 24 



International Relations Club 3, 4; S.N.E.A. 4; M.T.A. 4; A.C.E. 4; 
E.C.T.A. 4; Council Representative 2; Sophomore Show 2; All College 
Show 2, 4; Graduation Usher 3; Committees: Freshman Dance 1; Sopho- 
more Dance 2; Junior Dance 3; Junior Week 3; Sophomore Show 2; 
Open House 2, 3; Move-up Exercises 2, 3; Cribbage Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 
CLIPPER Advertising Manager 4; Intramural Basketball 2, 4; Football 
1, 2; Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Bowling 1, 2, 3, 4. 



Phil . . . Perry's . . . Miami Beach- 1960, Lauderdale 
-1961, P-1962 . . . "Swinging" . . . football in the 
snow . . . "Anybody for Cribbage?" . . . Torino's 
. . . Pat . . . "See you in the Smoker." 



39 SEAVIEW AVENUE 
MARBLEHEAD 
ELEMENTARY 
MAY 13 




Exchange Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Dean's List 3, 4. 



"Nothin' to it" . . ."Let's have a cigarette" 
. . . "I'm going to another retirement party" 
... "I told Bill" . . . Golden Age Group . . . 
Big Five . . . H.S. . . . "I'm gonna tell your 
mother." 





(J^arbara Cj. ^Jravid 

4 BATCHELDER AVENUE 
PEABODY 
JUNIOR HIGH 
MAY 8 




Sophomore Show 2; W.A.A. Basketball 1; Committees: Initiation 2, 
Sophomore Show Make up 2; Program Committee 3; Junior Week Clam- 
bake 3, Junior Prom Tickets 3, Cap and Gown 4, Class Day 4; Dean's 
Aide 1; Citizenship Conference 3; Dean's List 2. 



Rose among thorns . . . "Do you have a light?" . . . 
"Let's talk politics" . . . Milhouse in '64 . . . "Where's 
Mary?" . . . Everything's fine at Breck's . . . "I'm 
outnumbered" . . . "Bidin' my Time." 



36 BRIMBAL AVENUE 
BEVERLY 
JUNIOR HIGH 
JANUARY 21 




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Long Beach City College; Cauduceus Club Parliamentarian; Salem 
M.A.A. 2, 3, 4. 



"Has anybody here seen Charlie?" . . . Special stu- 
dent . . . Social studies major . . . psychologist. 




Pi Omega Pi 3, 4; Circle K; Cooperative Council Representative 4; Dean's 
Aide 4; Open House 3, 4; E.B.T.A. Convention 4; Campus Carnival 4. 



"Lafayette Club" . . . "Did you see Peg?" . . . "Mrs. 
B left me a note" . . . "Let's have a smoke" . . . 
"Don't sweat the small stuff" . . . "Oh! Garbage." 




Camera Club 1, 2; Circle K 2; Kappa Delta Phi 2, 3; NEA 3, 4; Weather 
Club 2, 3; M.A.A. Intramural Sports Basketball 2, 3; Committee for 
Last Assembly 4. 



Cardinal . . . "Don't laugh, Mr. Twomey" . . . 
pigeons . . . Yaba Daba Doo . . . "It's good to be 
back . . . He walks in silence . . . X-rav eves . . . 
compact model . . . great impersonator . . . Elm 
Farm. 




Class Officer Executive Board 4; Glee Club 2; S.N.E.A. 3; Art Club 3; 
W.A.A. Soccer 2, Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4; Volley Ball 2; Sophomore Show 
Prop Committee; Co-chairman Decoration Committee Sophomore Dance; 
Chairman Publicity Junior Prom 3; Decoration Committee Council For- 
mal 3; Decoration Committee Junior Prom 3; Campus Carnival Booth 
Committee 4; Graduation Committee 4; Publicity Fashion Show 4; Pub- 
licity Senior Beception 4; Math Conference 2; Math. Fair 3; Phiysical 
Education Conference 2; Big Sister 2, 3. 



Swimming champion . . . orange and purple . . . 
charming artist . . . one soda coming up . . . Can't! 
Going Swimming . . . individual . . . "Let's go out" 
. . . Carol . . . Canadian vacations. 




College Choir 1, 2, 3, 4;Footlighters3, 4; Sophomore Show 2; All College 
Show. 2, 4. 



Joe . . . Just a few more minutes . . . "Hey, Mary" 
. . . "Gad". . . . "Out of the car" . . . "Was that neces- 
sary?" . . . Down to Bertini's . . . The Voice. 




'iJalerie (UoyerJ J-^t 



erron 



3 CHASE STREET 
SALEM 
BUSINESS 
SEPTEMBER 9 



Book Club 2; Sophomore Show; Junior Prom Committee; Business Coun- 
cil Representative 4; Pi Omega Pi 2, 3, 4. 



Bob . . . home for the weekend . . . sweet and lovely 
... a good student . . . Business Council dances . . . 
representative . . . anchors aweigh . . . sincere 
... so nice to know . . . JUST MARRIED. 




Book Club 2, 3; Pi Omega Pi 2, 3, 4; Tri Mu 1, 2, 3; E.B.T.A. 1. 2, 3, 4; 
Business Dance 1; W.A.A. Awards 1; Basketball 2; Golf 2; Tennis 2; 
Volleyball 2; Dean's List 3. 



Unlimited wardrobe . . . pins . . . boarder . 
"Where's Donna?" . . . "You know" . . . Quiet . 
Sympathetic . . . "I'm glad it's Friday" . . . one 
the four. 




t^icliard lAJlffiamd 

22 EVERETT STREET 
LYNN 
JUNIOR HIGH 
DECEMBER 4 



Class President 2, 3; Exchange Club 2, 3, President 4; Co-operative 
Council Executive Board 4; Sophomore Show 2; New England District 
Association for Student Teaching 3; Head Usher Graduation 3; Com- 
mittees: Auditing 3, Co-chairman 4; Usher Dedication Ceremony 2; 
Guide Public Open House 2; Guide Open House 4; General Chairman 
Junior Week 3; Citizen Conference 3; Administrative Aide 3, 4; Head 
Usher Investiture 3. 




The Great White Father ... "I disagree. 
My experience has been—" . . . rehabili- 
tated . . . Only G.A.R. vet . . . maturity 
counts . . . faith and hard work conquer 
all . . . railroads will survive. 




Book Club 2, 3; E.B.T.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Pi Omega Pi 2, 3, 4; Investiture Com- 
mittee 4; W.A.A. Golf 2; Dean's List 3. 



Beautiful clothes . . . "Dottie, did you do your home- 
work?" . . . Puddle Jumper . . . curly locks . . . "We 
won't have a test" . . . sixty miles a day . . .one of 
the four . . . "It's morbid" . . . "128" . . . Where 
Billerica? . . . "Let's go have a coke." 




A.C.E. 3, 4; International Relations Club 3, 4, Secretary 4; E.C.T.A. 3, 
4; Glee Club 2; S.N.E.A. 3, Secretary 4; Sophomore Show 2; All College 
Show 2, 4; Laurel Chain 3; Committees: Library 3, 4; Conference 3, 
Chairman 4; Chairman Senior Executive Board 4; Sophomore Show 2; 
Initiation 2; Junior Prom 3; Program— S.N.E.A. 3; Junior Week 3; Move- 
up Day Chairman 3; Chairman Senior Fashion Show 4; Peterborough 
Conference Delegate — S.N.E.A. 4; Teaching Demonstration Convention 
3; Senior Representative — Harvest Queen 4; Honors Program 3, 4; 
Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4. 



Passion for policemen . . . garbage . . . "Yipes" . . . 
Bermuda bound . . . old Cape Cod . . . "We always 
get our man" ... at West Point . . . pink elephants 
"Let's check it out" . . . short shorts ... a drift- 
ing tomato . . . "Where's the other garter?" . . . sec- 
ond time around . . . "Thank heaven for little boys" 
. . . "What's your excuse?" 




"I have a daughter!" . . . "Shorthand is delightful." 
. . . The happy-go-lucky kind . . . "Who's got the 
cards?" . . . "It's not how you play the game, but 
whether you win or lose." 




Kappa Delta Phi 2, 3; M.A.A. Intramural Sports 1, 2; Mathematics Fair; 
Big Brother 2, 3, 4. 



George . . . Mr. Y . . . car pool from Somerville . . . 
"What, me late?" . . . Frat man . . . "That was the 
easiest test he has given" . . . Bangor . . . "What did 
you get for an answer?" 



Joanna oC. 2o((o 

88 POMONA STREET 
REVERE 
ELEMENTARY 
DECEMBER 29 




S.N.E.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Dean's Aide 2, 3, 4; Book Club 2, 3, 4; Senior Lunch- 
eon 4. 



Joanne ... an Italian miss . . . new house . . . 
lasagna and spaghetti . . . amateur cook . . . petite 
. . . bubbling personality . . . ball of dynamite . . . 
knitting machine . . . club . . . Secretary . . . has an 
interest in Revere. 



VOL.1, NO. 1 JUNE 10, 1962 

QUARTO 

THE SENIOR NEWSMAGAZINE 



EDUCATION 



Up the path to Salem Teachers College, in the fall of 1958, came three 
hundred freshmen, the Class of 1962. Beset by doubts about their ability 
to cope with the demands of higher education, they had, within three short 
months, lost the savoir faire which had been theirs as high school seniors. 
What happened to these three hundred lost souls? Did any survive? The 
answers to these and many other questions are the subject of this story. 

Lowly Frosh 

Thanks to the efforts of both faculty and upperclassmen, the Class of 
'62 did not long remain bewildered. Orientation Day provided many of 
the answers to their questions as Big Brothers and Big Sisters guided the 
neophytes through the initial steps of their undergraduate careers. After 
a morning devoted to formal orientation, the entire College adjourned to 
Forest Biver Park, where the incoming Freshmen, as guests of honor, be- 
came aware that they had become part of a close-knit family, a group 
where cooperation was the byword. 

The Class of '62 soon settled into the daily routine of college life. Col- 
lege work, they discovered, could be mastered if enough midnight oil were 
consumed. Absorbed completely by their studies, they failed to heed the 
danger signals that warned them of impending disaster. The calculating 
stares of certain upperclassmen, the suddenly-halted discussions among 
sophomores, the supercilious shouts of "You'll be sorry!"; none of these 
omens had meaning for those studious young men and women, completely 
engrossed as they were in their pursuit of knowledge. Thus it was that the 
entire freshman class was unprepared for the havoc soon to be wreaked 
upon them. 

"Hell Hath No Fury" 

Lulled into a sense of false security by the kind ministrations of the 
immediately preceding class, the Class of '62 was shocked to discover that 
beneath their smiling exteriors, the Class of '61 had secretly been planning 
some unusual events in which they expected the freshman class to partici- 
pate. Although the proposed activities were somewhat beneath their newly 



acquired dignity, the Class of '62 decided to humor the sophomores' ec- 
centricities rather than be considered guilty of rudeness. It was the year 
of the hula hoop, and the sophomores took advantage of the craze by stag- 
ing contests in which the long-suffering freshmen were given the oppor- 
tunity to dislocate their sacroiliacs. In the lounge, on tables in the cafe- 
teria, on the lawn, in fact everywhere on the campus, suffering freshmen 
could be seen wildly rotating their midsections in time to the shouted ca- 
dences of the "exalted" Sophs. These interesting scenes, fascinating to every- 
one who saw them, were made even more hilarious by the costumes which 
had been devised by the sophomores as appropriate to the initiation cere- 
monies. Completely beyond description, they bore mute testimony to the 
sadistic inventiveness of the Class of '61. 




Round 'n round they go! 



The freshmen weathered all of the indignities imposed upon them dur- 
ing Initiation Week, however, and finally prevailed upon the illustrious 
sophomores to accept them into the college community. At the Initiation 
Banquet, the culminating event of the week, the sophomore class pledged 
eternal friendship to the freshmen, who accepted their offer with a deep 
sigh of relief. Having succeeded in mollifying their tormentors, they could 
at last return to their studies. 



The Human Chain 

The next event to occupy the attentions of the Class of 1962 was Book 
Moving Day. The College had opened its new library, but needed assist- 
ance in transferring its collection from the old library quarters on the sec- 
ond floor of the Academic Building. The entire student body solved the 
problem by forming a human chain which wound its way through corridors, 
down stairs, and across the parking lot to the new building. If it is possible 
to gain knowledge by osmosis, the student body absorbed a great deal dur- 
ing the course of the day. The spirit engendered by the human chain was 
contagious, bringing everyone from President Meier to the lowliest fresh- 
man closer together. 

Shakedown Cruise 

The end of the first semester came and went, leaving behind it a some- 
what smaller group of freshmen, considerably chastened by their first en- 
counter with two-hour finals. Any misconceptions they might have had 
concerning the seriousness of college life were dispelled once and for all. 
They settled into the routine of intensive study once again, interrupting 
their pursuit of knowledge only for such important events as the laying of 
the cornerstone of the new building. Pelted by a driving rainstorm, they 
watched as Mrs. Alice Lyons, chairman of the State Board of Education, 
wielded trowel and mortar. 

Another important event was the Freshman Dance, the first social 
event sponsored by the Class of '62. Needless to say, it was an unqualified 
success, due principally to the efforts of the newly-elected Freshman Class 
officers. 



FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS 




Vice President Walter Cuffe, Treasurer Barbara Kelly, 
President Charles Hurd 



In June of '59, second semester finals ended the college year, and the 
Freshman class awaited the results with trepidation. For most of them, the 
news was favorable. They were sophomores. They had climbed the first 
rung of the ladder. 

An Aura Of Sophistication 

The metamorphosis which works its magic on freshmen everywhere 
transformed the Class of 1962 during the summer vacation into suave, col- 
legiate types, moving in an aura of sophistication. Exuding confidence from 
every pore, they returned to campus life vibrantly aware that they were a 
special breed, destined for great accomplishments. First to catch their eyes 
upon their return to college were the frightened members of the Class of 
'63. Forgetting, like all sophomores, their own humiliations of the previous 
year, they made plans to initiate the unlucky frosh. Led by Ruth McGilvray 




Is this our Ruthie? 



and Fred Apt, the sophomores kept the new freshmen hopping for an en- 
tire week, during which the costumes seen in the accompanying photograph 
were de rigeur for all initiates. The freshmen showed their appreciation for 
the sophomores' concern by carrying their books, proferring cigarettes and 
chewing gum, serenading their mentors, and, in general, appearing as ob- 
sequious as possible whenever a sophomore was present. 

Christmas of 1959 marked the first year in which the Council Formal 
and the annual Christmas Party were combined. As a climax to the de- 
lightful evening, the Campus Queen was chosen. Ann Friend brought honor 
to her class when she was chosen to be a member of the Queen's Court. 
Sophomore beauties were honored again in February at the W. A. A. For- 
mal when Ruth McGilvray and Maryann Hurley were selected as members 
of the Queen's Court. 



"Show Biz" 

The Class of '62 became stagestruck as the time of the annual Sopho- 
more Show approached. Directed by hard-working Ann Santilli and Ruth 
McGilvray, a large cast spent long afternoons and weekends rehearsing 
numbers for "Sugar and Spice." On March 15 and 16, the show was pre- 
sented to an appreciative audience. The performance was so well received 
that when the first All-College Show was held, in April, the sophomores 
were asked to present skits from "Sugar and Spice" as their contribution 
to the new endeavor. "The Rich Maharajah from Magadore," featuring 
Sultan Ray Crosby and vivacious slave girls Jack Delaney, Jim McCann, 
and Art McManus, "The Steam Heaters", and "Matilda" all brought the 
house down. 




Every little movement has a meaning all its own! 



The Class of '62 took part in the birth of a new varsity sport during 
their sophomore year. Jack Gallagher and Rnss Huebner were charter mem- 
bers of the first hockey squad to take to the ice under the aegis of Salem 
Teachers College. Salem's first hockey team caused many domestic diffi- 
culties for the players. It seems that ice time was at a premium at the Lynn 
Sports Arena; as a result, both practice sessions and games were scheduled 
at rather unusual times. Despite their efforts to explain the situation, the 
players quite often found themselves at odds with their parents, who were 
loath to believe that hockey was played at three o'clock in the morning. 




Richard J. Williams, President 
Martin B. Caverly, Vice President 
Barbara A. Kelley, Treasurer 



As the year came to a close, sophomores began to realize that the so- 
phistication they had supposedly acquired was but a thin veneer, masking 
innumerable shortcomings. Self knowledge, however, was the first step 
on the road to maturity. They hoped that in their remaining years in col- 
lege they could gain some measure of true sophistication. 

The Third Rung 

Returning to the campus at the beginning of their Junior year, the class 
of '62 entered Salem State College. The change in name, they discovered, 
was not simply for window dressing, but was the first step in an expansion 
program that would lead to the granting of degrees in the Liberal Arts and 
in Business Administration. 

Real, Live Students 

For the majority of the new juniors, however, the impending arrival 
of their first encounter with real, live students was the major concern. The 
Horace Mann Training School had been off limits during their first two 
years, and they could scarcely wait to explore the forbidden recesses of 
their campus neighbor. Soon, however, the Training School became all too 
familiar to them. The Elementary majors in particular were more than 
happy to return to college. Nine weeks of full-time teaching under the 
watchful eyes of the experienced children at Horace Mann had reduced 
them to a state of shock; nevertheless, they had struggled through the awe- 



some difficulties of running mimeograph machines, administering tests 
(without a previous course in Tests and Measurements), devouring lunch 
within fifteen minutes, reprimanding little boys twice their size and pre- 
paring lesson plans by the gross. Said one newly returned practice teacher, 
"You haven't lived until you've attempted to prepare a five-page lesson 
plan on the intrinsic values of Hop-Scotch." 




Practice teaching completed, the class of '62 once again applied them- 
selves diligently to the academic grind. Some members of the class, how- 
ever, managed to squeeze in enough time to join in the social life of the 
College. Ellen Niles graced the court of the Campus Queen, and, at the 
W. A. A. Formal, Ellie Cecelski and Barbara Kelley brought further honors 
to the class when they were chosen to be members of the W. A. A. Queen's 
Court. 

Clang, Clang, Clang Went The Bell! 

The Junior Class set a precedent in 1961 when they engaged the fabu- 
lous Four Freshmen, a nationally known singing combination, for a concert 
as the climax of their Junior Week activities. Walter Cuffe and Peter Beck- 
with led an able committee in making this evening a huge success. The 
modern sound generated by the Four Freshmen shook the College to its 
very foundations, but it brought an enthusiastic response from a packed 
house. What could have been a disastrous interruption was turned into an 
amusing addition to the evening when the versatile Freshmen incorporated 
the strident clanging of the College bell system into their act. 

Less sensational perhaps, the other events of junior Week were never- 
theless enjoyed by the entire class. Wingarsheak Beach provided an ideal 
location for their clambake. Said one Junior of the picnic at Lebel's Grove, 
"It was a most enjoyable event, conducted at the highest level of dignity." 
Said the other Juniors who participated, "What picnic did he go to?" 




The Junior Prom, held at the beautiful King's Grant in Beverly, brought 
the memorable week to a close. Bedecked in their most gorgeous finery, 
the ladies and gentlemen of the Class of '62 were a delight to behold as 
they danced the night away. Choosing a queen from among so many beau- 
ties was an almost impossible task, but the judges' selection of lovely Bar- 
bara Kelley met with the enthusiastic approval of the entire class. The 
Queen's beauty was enhanced by the charms of her ladies-in-waiting Donna 
Pecukonis, Peggy (Sullivan) Kelly, Betty Lovett, and Mary Ann O'Donnell. 

The history of the class of '62 would not be complete without mention 
of the W. A. A. Ski Weekend at North Conway in January of 1961. What 
made this event so memorable was the athletic prowess exhibited by San- 
dra Carpenter, who was the first person in the history of the north country 
to ski the entire length of the beginners' slope backwards. Later in the 
evening, Sandra's phenomenal feat was discussed by Ann Santilli, Pat Mi- 
chaud, Mary Hackett, Joyce Pelletier, Donna Pecukonis and Maryann Hur- 
ley at the Oxen Yoke, an elite establishment famous throughout the resort 
area. 

During the last month of the Junior Year, Ann Santilli and Frances 
Emerick received recognition for their academic and social achievements 
when they were chosen to be Marshals of the Daisy and Laurel Chains, 
whose members assisted at the Commencement exercises of the Class of '61. 
At the same time, the Junior Class took the first step toward a successful 
Senior year when they elected their Senior Class Officers: Walter Cuffe, 
Frank Hall, Ruth McGilvray, and Maryann Hurley. Having completed an 
exhausting year, the Class of 1962 then departed for a well-deserved vaca- 
tion, from which they would return to enter their last, most important col- 
lege year. 




Virginia Gordinier, Ellie Cecelski, Carol McDonald, Ruth McGilvray, Kathy Pickul, Donna 



Pecukonis, Maryann Hurley 
Ellen Niles, Joanne Barrett, Ann Riciardiello, Gail Aboshar, Mary Hackett, Barbara Kelley, 

Ann Lindquist, Gerry McGowan 
Frances Emerick Ann Santilli 




Donna Wood, Pat Michaud, Barbara Boomhower, Jean Craven, Joanne Finnegan, Margaret 
Robinson, Elaine Callas, Victoria Costa 



Nancy Cashman, Ellen Langan, Ellen Bryant, Mary Muse, Patricia Bonia, Pat Dennin, Janet 

Fiske, Sandra Carpenter 
Frances Emerick Ann Santilli 





Move-up Day 1961 



The Home Stretch 

Professional attitudes and professional attire were the order of the 
day for the Class of '62 when they returned to the College. For those on 
campus, the class seemed a great deal smaller than it had been the previous 
June. The reason for this seeming decimation was that during each of the 
first three quarters of the year one third of the class's members were gain- 
ing experience in their chosen field by practice teaching in their home com- 
munities. Reactions of returning seniors were varied, but the consensus of 
opinion was that the teaching profession would be both a pleasant and a 
rewarding one. 

Choose Your Partner! 

The first event of the 1961-1962 social calendar was the CLIPPER 
Hoedown. An enthusiastic group of square dancing aficionados stepped to 
the spirited calls of Joe Perkins. Phil Tache won the award for the most 
appropriate costume of the evening. 

Shine On, Harvest Queen 

On November 2, 1961, a new tradition was born, when, through the 
combined efforts of the Sophomore Class and Log editor Ed Cunha, Sa- 
lem's first Harvest Queen was chosen. Conceived in an effort to develop 
more school spirit, the competition achieved its aim at the final soccer game 
of the season. The largest crowd ever to attend a Salem soccer match saw 
Sophomore Judy Forrest crowned Queen. Senior Donna Wood was one of 
the four beauties to reach the finals of the competition. Salem's new ath- 
letic symbol, the Viking, made his first personal appearance at the game 
which, appropriately enough, Salem won. 

In late November, Salem's dramatic club, The Footlighters, presented 
Emlyn Williams' "Night Must Fall" to an appreciative audience. Frank Hall, 
as Danny, and John Cote, as the inimitable Inspector Belsize, were members 
of the talented cast. 

Carnival Time 

The disastrous fire which completely destroyed Boston's educational 




Ellie Bryant and Walter Cuffe with editor John Daly 



Fran Emerick and Marty Caverly 




television station paradoxically resulted in the most widely enjoyed affair 
of the college year. Under the sponsorship of the Student Council, the en- 
tire College rallied to the support of WGBH by staging an all-day Campus 
Carnival that raised more than a thousand dollars for the station's rebuild- 
ing fund. In the morning, the new gymnasium was transformed into a 
replica of a typical carnival midway. The enticing spiels of barkers from 
various campus organizations rent the air as each group endeavored to at- 
tract customers to its booth. At noon the culinary talents of such faculty 
stalwarts as Dean Smith, Mr. Xanthaky, Mr. Piemonte, and Mr. Antone were 
put on display in the cafeteria, where a famished crowd consumed moun- 
tainous stacks of flapjacks. To the surprise of the aforesaid members of 
the faculty, no visible signs of distress were evidenced and the entire group 
was able to attend the climax of the day's events, the All-College Show, 
where the highlight of an afternoon marked by many talented per- 
formances was the faculty band, a collection of superb musicians under 
the inspired direction of Maestro Pete Williams. 




Campus Queen Ellie Niles 



"Lovely To Look At . . ." 

The College's next two social functions were marked by the honors ac- 
corded senior beauties. At Salem's traditional Christmas Formal, "Sleigh 
Bell Serenade," which was sponsored by the Co-operative Council, the 
sparking beauty and personality of Ellen Niles were recognized when she 
was overwhelmingly elected Campus Queen. The W. A. A. Formal, held 
in February, saw W. A. A. President Barbara Kelley crowned Queen by 
Dr. James Sullivan. Seniors Joyce Pelletier and Maryann Hurley added 
their beauty to Queen Barbara's court. 



Stout Hearted Men 



Senior athletes contributed mightily to the successful seasons enjoyed 
by all of Salem's varsity teams. Co-Captains Art McManus and Jack Gal- 
lagher, high-scoring Ray Crosby, dependable Frank Medina, and rugged 
fullback Joe Sweeney formed the nucleus of Salem's best soccer team in 
years. Captain Russ Huebner led his hockey squad to a winning season. On 
the diamond, iron man Ron Leary and veteran relief specialist Rob Nicholau 
were expected to lead a veteran nine to new heights. President Art Mc- 
Manus and his officers sponsored a successful M. A. A. Sports Ranquet 
featuring Roston Patriot star Gino Cappaletti as guest speaker. Mr. Center- 
ino proved to be an inspired choice as master of ceremonies when his rapid- 
fire quips left his auditors gasping for breath. Most Valuable Player awards 
went to Ron Leary in baseball, Art McManus in soccer, Russ Huebner in 
hockey, and Steve Spanger in basketball. In all, a total of sixty-three varsity 
letters were awarded at the banquet. Phil Tache's high single of 136 in 
intramural bowling won him a trophy, and Rill Jodz was recognized as the 
College's top golfer. 

Job Hunters 

When the last group of student teachers returned to campus in the 
spring, the Class of '62 swung into high gear. Foremost in every senior's 
mind was the all-important task of securing a teaching position for the com- 
ing year. Extra crews were hired at the Salem Post Office to handle the 
flood of applications sent to every conceivable corner of the globe. 

High Style 

On April 11, the student body put its best foot forward at the annual 
Senior Fashion Show. Directed by Donna Wood, models representing each 
class displayed a choice collection of the latest spring styles provided by 
Mortons and Kennedys. Prior to the show, CLIPPER editor John Daly took 
upon himself the onerous task of accompanying the models to Mortons, 
where the ladies' fashions were selected. Said John, "It's all in the line of 
duty." For some reason, Mr. Daly was not invited to pose with the lovely 
young ladies. 




Scholarship's Reward 

A new event took its place on the calendar on May 3, 1962, when a 
special program honoring the College's top-ranking scholars was held. Con- 
ceived by the faculty and administration, Honors Day brought an enthu- 
siastic response from the student body, who thronged the college auditorium 
to pay homage to their classmates. Valedictorian Mary Ann Bouldry and 
Salutatorian Sara Jane O'Hara received a tumultuous ovation which demon- 
strated the esteem in which they were held by their fellow Seniors. 

Capped And Gowned 

On May 15, the long-awaited Investiture Ceremony took place. For 
the first time each Senior proudly donned cap and gown. As tradition re- 
quired, they would wear their academic robes for the remainder of the 
college year. They made an impressive sight as they assembled each day 
for the quasi-traditional countdown held in the student lounge. Posted 
prominently in the lounge was a chart recording the days remaining before 
graduation, and, each day at high noon, the Class of '62 gathered to watch 
one of the Senior Class officers cross off one more of the ever-dwindling 
days. 

They Said It Couldn't Be Done 

On Wednesday, June 6, the CLIPPER was officially dedicated, to the 
noticeable relief of the editorial staff and the advisers. 

The Last Days 

After a hectic period devoted to final examinations, the Class of 1962 
began their final week as undergraduates at Class Day. In the morning 
they attended their last assembly where the Class gift was presented to 
the College by Vice President Frank Hall. Following the Senior Luncheon 
at the Hotel Hawthorne, the traditional Ivy Day Exercises took place. 
President Walter Cuffe joined with the Junior Class President, Richard Di- 
Simone, in planting the ivy while the entire graduating class sang the ivy 
song. The Seniors listened attentively to Ivy Day Orator Barbara Fahey's in- 
spiring message. Last event of the memorable day was the Tea and Re- 
ception for family and friends, held in the gymnasium. 

The Senior Reception, held at the Sidney Hill Country Club in Brook- 
line, was enjoyed by the graduates and their partners. The music for this 
event was supplied by none other than Mr. Rich of the College faculty, 
whose "Millionaires" are unsurpassed in their field. 




Throughout our undergraduate years, and for many years before we arrived 
at Salem, the young fellow in the accompanying photograph has been an in- 
valuable asset to the College. His loyalty to Salem and his sincere efforts to aid 
us in so many ways have earned for him the respect and affection of the entire 
College. It is difficult, therefore, to realize that he is not returning to the campus 
in the Fall. Despite his youthful appearance, Salem's Jack-of-all-trades has 
reached the compulsory retirement age of seventy. Since he too is "graduating", 
and as an indication of the esteem in which we hold him, we cordially invite 
Mr. Pete Williams to become a member ex officio of the Class of 1962 



Class Of '62 Commences 



June 10, 1962! The long-awaited date had finally arrived, and the 
Class of 1962 solemnly began their last day at Salem. In the morning the 
Reverend Gerard L. Dorgan, Professor of English at Cardinal O'Connell 
Seminary, addressed the Senior Class at the Baccalaureate Exercises. In 
the afternoon the Class of '62 listened to the address given by Commence- 
ment speaker Judge John J. Connelly of the Boston Juvenile Court As the 
Seniors received their degrees from President Meier, they were struck by the 
realization that their college days were truly over. No longer would they en- 
joy the pleasant life of the undergraduate; never again would they be as 
carefree as they had been during the preceding four years. The real meaning 
of the word "Commencement" became clear to them for the first time. Com- 
mencement Day marked not the end of their college days, but the begin- 
ning of careers devoted to the education of their country's youth. Before 
them lay the years of fulfillment, the years in which they would be asked 
to prove themselves worthy of Salem State College. Firmly resolving to 
equal the accomplishments of the seventy-four classes who had preceded 
them at Salem, the Class of 1962 entered the ranks of the Alumni. 



The photographs on the next four pages are pre- 
sented without editorial comment, since we believe 
they speak for themselves. 



C^ouncil 



formal 




Our own Ellie Niles 

was chosen Campus Queen 



The 
Queen's 
Court 

Judy Hamilton 
Rosemary Doyle 
Ellie Niles 
Debbie Zabriskie 
Jayne Conroy 





CHAIRMEN OF STANDING COMMITTEES 



Auditing 
Gail Aboshar 
Richard Williams 

Conference 
Ruth McGilvray 

Finance 
Janet Fisk 



General Welfare 
Patricia Michaud 



Insurance 
Frances Emerick 



Library 
Ronald DeLena 



Program 
Sara Jane O'Hara 
Ronald DeLena 

Public Relations 
Ann O'Leary Lindquist 
Rita Panczyk 

Social 
Rarbara Kelley 
Mary Wilson 



Mr. Rrudzynski 



FACULTY ADVISERS 

Miss Coffey 



Mr. Lustri 




Education 
(Council 



President 
George H. Pigeon, Jr. 

Vice President 
Paul Mann 

Secretary 
Marie Dyer 

Treasurer 
John Cepaitis 

Adviser 
Mr. Jeffery 





i3oolz C^iub 



President 
Virginia Lavoie 

Vice President 
Robert Chamberlain 



Secretary 
Emily Witwicki 

Treasurer 
Marie Gauthier 

Literary Scrapbook Chairman 
Shirley Fortes 

Adviser 
Dr. Hall 




ompu55 



Editor-in-Chief 
Ellen Bryant 

Associate Editors 
Theresa Battaini 
Peter Beckwith 
Frances Falzarano 
Marjorie Geary 
Rita Panczyk 
Linda Pressman 
Marie Berlandi 
Jane Pietryka 

Adviser 
Dr. McGlynn 




President 
Albert DiCarlo 

Vice President 
Martin Caverlv 



Secretary 
Thomas Cleary 

Treasurer 
Frank Medina 



Adviser 
Dean Lowrey 




tern a tion a i 
delations 

President 
Launa Rosen 

Vice President 
Robert McGinness 

Treasurer 
Patricia Bonia 

Secretary 
Donna Wood 

Adviser 
Dr. Dower 



THE 




LOG 



Drive Opens 

Civic Music Assoc. 



PUBLISHED BY THE STUDENT CO OPERATIVE COUNCIL 



Vol. 35 March 29, 1962 No 14 




Chileans View State 




Left around to right cafeteria: Carmen Wrighton, Eliana Araneda, Alejan- 
dro Opazo, Joan Cudhea of Ipswich, Oscar Marchant, Carol McEnelly of 
Lynn, hostess at Salem, Carmen del Real and Oriana Gajando. 

This week the college played host to 6 Chileans from the Uni- 
versity there. They are staying at Ipswich in private homes. The 
visitors included Carmen Wrighton, of Santiago a third year stu- 
dent at the University who is majoring in English for teaching 
in the secondary schools; Oriana Gajando, from T »lca who is a 
specialist in nutrition aid teaches gir's w ' ■-" del 

Real of Valparaiso who is a junior in h ' 
of Santiago who is in his fourth y 
Eliana Araneda, from Conception ■ 
six to eight year-olds, and Alej" 
is in his third year of dental sc.' 1 

S. S. C. Spotligr 

The Salem State College / 
Association is sponsoring the T 
ANNUAL TRI-COLLEGE CO* 
on Tuesday, April 10, at the 
auditorium. Singers from the ' 
ter, Fitchburg and Salem ' 
will meet in the afternoon f 
rehearsal. After dinner in tl 
teria the three clubs will sir 
rately and in a combined proj 

.The Worcester group, und 
Thomas Carpenter, will sing 
choral numbers by Vecchi and 
nokoff, folk songs and a medl< 
"Fiorello." Dr. Kent will le 
Fitchburg singers in three n 
choruses, several madrigals anc 
tions from Gilbert and Sui 
"Pinafore." The Salem club wi 
sent a spiritual, an Ave Maria i 
ly composed by Mr. Richard Ou» 
of Salem, Mass., and the "Et 1 
natus Est" from the Bach MAi 
B Minor; two folk songs and chor 
from "'West Side Story" will comp 
their program. Miss Elizabeth Wal 
a sophomore at Salem College w. 
play the Rhapsody for Piano in 
Minor by Johannes Brahms. 



Editors 
Robert Griffin 
Edward Cunha 
Jeanne McCarthy 

Business Editor 
Joyce Ferreira 

Photographer 
Carlton Fransen 

Staff Artist 
Lucille Carne 

Adviser 
Mr. Cooney 



SALEM STATE COLLEGE 
SALEM. MASSACHUSETTS 



Sophomore Elect 
Class Officers 

Election time has rolled arounJ 
again. The Sophomore class has many 
able and capable candidates to offer 
this year. 

The candidates for treasurer are 
Deems Hatch, one of the main actors 
in the Sophomore show; Gail Fraser, 
the present Sophomore treasurer and 
active member of the W.A.A.; Nicky 
Panagopolous, a member of Kapp:i 
Delta Phi; and Jim .Mann, an active 
member of the Sophomore class. 

Candidates for election for the of- 
fice of Secretary are Pam Heat on, our 
very enthusiastic cheerleader, member 
of the W.A.A. Executive Board and 
council; Rose Levy, Sophomore execu- 
tive board member and Therese Do- 
herty, the co-director of the Sopho- 
more Show and an active member of 
the W.A.A. 

Two very outstanding opponents for 
the office of Vice President are John 
Aucone, a leading member of the 
Sophomore Show and the Social Di- 
rector of Beta Chi and Reggie St. 
Paul, a very enthusiastic participant 
Sopho.nore affairs and an active 
member of the Sophomore Show. 

Candidates for Presidency are Fred 
Randall, the present Vice President of 
the Class of 1964, and the drummer 
of the Sophomore Show; Bob Farrell, 
m active participant in Sophomore 

Hivities; Al DiVirgilio, member of 

» Sophomore Executive board and 
1 of S.S.C.'s icemen, and Jim Brad- 
president of Beta Chi and an ac- 
participant in Sophomore affa : 



Byron Vorgeas, Horacr 
ing school, Salem, an 
ne and Denise Boardma 

inior High, Beverly, 

h Grade competition: 

, St. James, Salem, ] i 

awards were presen 

s in the college audi 

V. Hourihan, James 
m Devitt and Carl Mt 
■ Salem State college n 
;aff. 

3. Frederick A. Meier we 
;udent and guests and Pi 
;lin Fitzgerald of Boston un. 
delivered the keynote addre 
r speakers were John Millane. 
jachusetts Department of Educa- 
, and William W. Peabody, presi- 
t of the Essex County Teachers 
jciation. 

Che fair was held under the direc- 
m of Michael J. Antone of Salem 
-tate college. 

There were 300 exhibits entered in 
the fair. 



rd i 



r>f th< 



Engli 



cnestr 



tota 1 



ended time for 



The Bo 
erly-Salem Civic 
voted Monday, IV 
with the Lynn As: 
ing an opera at th 
Boris Goldovsky ai 
Opera Theatre wi 
December their 
Traviata' 
company 
Lynn. Vt 
50 perfor 
The Be 

subscribing until Saturday, March 
31st. The college totalled 2 adult and 
3 student subscriptions so far. The 
pioblem is not to sell more member 
ships for Civic Mu3ic nor to guaran- 
tee work for music performers. The 
pioblem is to brin.^ to the attention 
of people who like good music that 
the remainder of this week is the only 
time they can act to ensure the pres- 
entation of quality artists on the 
North Shore. Whatever help you 
choose to give will be appreciated. 

Student tickets are $3.00 and adult 
tickets $7.50. Either ticket admits th<- 
subscriber (or any other student or 
adult) to all 12 concerts offered in 
Maiden, Lynn and Beverly. Elizabeth 
Walsh '64, Prof. Giannini and Prof. 
Clifford will have subscription forms. 

Vic's Dust Off 

With the advent of the Spring sea- 
son, Coach Schneider today revealed 
a busy season for th'' baseball team 
at S.S.C. Action will begin on April 
18, when the Vikings journey to take 
on their opponents at Boston State 
College. Highlights of the baseball 
card this year include Captain Bob 
Niccolo, Sophomores Mickey Ward 
and Ron Eamma, and Freshman Bill 
Myers, plus a host of veteran letter- 
men. 

Last season the Vikings roared to 
a respectable 7-5 record. After a slow 
start, the squad picked up the initia- 
tive and won its last four games. 

This year, with a returning nucleus 
of seasoned veterans, we expect a 

strong start and 13 finish. If 

past perf'" 



The Junior Class 

Presents 
THE LIMELITERS 




Wednesday, April 25, 1962 

at 8:30 P.M. 
Salem State Auditorium 
Tickets Now On Sale 
Reserve Seats $3.75 in 

Book Store 
General Admission $2.75 

I wish to call attention to one of 
the poorer traditions that e::ist here 
at the college. This is the fact that, 
we the students, have a tendency to 
purchase tickets for various events at 
the last minute. We are all guilty of 
this, and this is understandable. It 
is often hard to plan ahead with so 
many of us involved in other activi- 
ties. If the affair is one of a low 
budeet, or if this was a laige school, 
the risk of last minute sales would 
not be great. 

However, last year's Junior class 
hopefully launched Salem into a new 
era when they obtained a big name 
group to perform here in concert. The 
response was so good that this year 
we decided that this tradition should 
K " imheld and continued. Since this 
-•lo^vor and the school is 
'•"olved is con- 
■ge outlay 
tremely 
ninute 
been 
have 
ing 
an 
■en 



My Thanks to Ed Cunha for permission 
to ransack his files for additional photo- 
graphs. 

John Daly 
CLIPPER Editor-in-Chief 



ease 
(1st 



at Plymoum 








Plymouth 


Mon. ' 


14 


3:00 


at Gorham (2) 


Fri. ' 


18 


2:00 


at Curry College 


Mon. ' 


21 




Keene 


Thurs. ' 


24 


3:00 


at Keene 


Thurs. ' 


31 


3:00 


** Home Games 









support, we 
.i outside of the 
. outstanding attraction 
such as this, which can help to make 
us proud of our college, cannot suc- 
ceed, I cannot conceive what would. 

It is up to you. Your continued co- 
operation will be appreciated. 

Robert Hoffman 
Vice-President, Class of '63 




M.A.A. 3rd ANNUAL 



SPORTS CANCUCT 

Guest Speaker - GIN0 CAPPALLETTI of the Boston Patriots 
$3.00 - Wednesday April 4, 1962 - 6:30 p.m. 
COLLEGE GYM 





President, Launa Rosen; Vice President, Beverly Rankin; Corresponding Secre- 
tary, Carolyn Moritz; Recording Secretary, Donna Wood; Treasurer, Patricia 

Bonia; Adviser, Dr. Hennessey 




ASociation 




EXECUTIVE BOARD 



Joyce Pelletier 
Vice President 
Maryann Hurley 
Corresponding Secretary 

Ann Santilli 
Manager of Team Sports 



Barbara Kelley 
President 



Ellen Bryant 
Treasurer 
Frances Emerick 
Recording Secretary 
Ann O'Leary Lindquist 
Manager of Individual Sports 



Ruth McGilvray 
Playday 
Joan Griffin 
Field Hockey 
Rita Panczyk 
Soccer 
Pamela Heaton 
Tennis 



Patricia McCallum 

Basketball 
Betty Ann LaSpina 
Golf 
Ingrid Lustig 

Softball 
Mary Wilson 
Volleyball 



Marion Paglinca 
Bowling 
Ann Matarese 

Hiking 
Marilyn Taylor 

Swimming 
Cathy DiFilippo 
Manager of Orange 



Senior 
Joyce Pelletier 

Diane Ashe 
Jeanne Caffrey 
Janice Carpenter 
Donna Crawford 



CLASS REPRESENTATIVES 

Junior 
Rita Lustig 

Freshman 
Dorothy Eng 
Barbara Foley 
Donna Galenti 
Carol Jones 
Susan Kent 



Sandra Pecevich 
Manager of Brown 

Jeanne McCarthy. 
Sophomore Publicity 

Marjorie Geary 
Margaret Wood 
Junior Publicity 



Sophomore 
Bonnie Serras 

Barbara Lerner 
Peggy Maraffa 
Jean Myslinski 
Leslie Workman 



ADVISERS 



Dr. Mackey 



Miss Quirk 



Miss Conrad 



Miss Virgilio 




Salem girls come prepared! 




W. A. A. Queen Barbara Kelley and her court 
Jeanne McCarthy, Mary Wilson, Maryann Hurley, Barbara Kelley, Joyce Pelletier, 
Pat McCallum, Sandra Pecevich, Dorothy Eng 




ft 




Pam Heaton 








Peggy MacEachern 



C^lieerleadt 



Ellie Nil 



es 




Donna Spakas, Margie Deeney, Judy Forrest, Ruth McGilvray, Jean Craven, Ann 
Santilli, Nancy Ball, Pam Heaton, Ellie Niles, Sue Wallace 



Iff] en 6 — Athletic -Association 




EXECUTIVE BOARD 



President 
Arthur McManus 

Secretary 
Stephen Spanger 
Head of Basketball 
Robert Whitcher 



Vice President 
Robert Manzi 
Treasurer 
Arthur Ouellette 
Head of Bowling 
Peter Beckwith 



Senior Representatives 
John Gallagher 
Henrv O'Donnell 

.... y. 

Sophomore Representatives 
William Cody 
Arnold Gabrielson 



Head of Golf 
James Bradley 



Junior Representatives 
William Bannister 
Robert Hoffman 

Freshman Representatives 
Dennis Larson 
Raymond Maloof 



ADVISERS 



Dean Lawrence L. Lowrey, Dr. James F. Twohig, Mr. Richard L. Schneider 




Come on, fellas, hold that lead! 



Coach Schneider, Tom Egan, Ricky Eaton, Joe Lisi, Fred Sanella, Ron Perullo, 

Anthony Circo 

Ron Emma, Steve Spanger, Bob Witcher, John Pitzi, Bob Manzi, Leo Espindle, Al 

McCoy, Richy DiSimone 

Joe Sweeney, Frank Medina, George Roach, Art McManus, Jack Gallagher, Ray 

Crosby, Dick DiGiacomo 



Coach Dick Schneider's Varsity booters, led 
by Senior veterans Jack Gallagher, Art Mc- 
Manus, Ray Crosby, Joe Sweeney, and 
Frank Medina, wound up a successful sea- 
son with a record of 7 wins, 3 losses and 
2 ties. 



Coach Schneider with Co-Captains Art 
McManus and Jack Gallagher 





Coach Twohig, Jay Harmon, Vin Piro, Larry Ellison, Harry Mavragis, Neal Goldstein, 
Vin Spirito, Bob Caruso, Ed Chapdelaine 

Mickey Ward, Gino Di Sarcina, Reggie St. Paul, Jack Remare, Steve Spanger, Sal 

Lentine, Bill Clark 





John Lynch, Art McManus, John Sifaneck, Dr. James Sullivan, Dick French, Jim 
Bradley, Bill Jodz, President Frederick Meier 




Captain Russ Huebner 




Ed Cunha, Bill Myers, Al DiVirgilio, Larry AAcElroy, Bob Manzi, Bud Sweeney, Bill 
Murphy, Pete Savosik, Coach Morency 

Dave Macauley, Bill Cody, Paul Phinney, Russ Huebner, Steve Heaslip, Jim 

Greehey, Fred Randall 



JUNIOR CLASS ADVISERS 




Mr. Centorino, Mr. Panosian, Mr. Collins, Mr. Slater, Dr. Sullivan 
Dr. Bradley, Dr. Dower, Miss Witham, Dr. Kraft, Mrs. Prescott 



JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS 




Anne Matarese, Secretary; Marion Paglinca, Treasurer 
Roberf Hoffman, Vice President; Richard DeSimone, President 



ELEMENTARY JUNIOR I 




M. Cangiano, J. Barry, N. Greene, J. Arnold, A. Chisholm, S. Halpert, C. Szymanski, T. 
Ardagna, M. Geary, J. Griffin, E. Mortimer, M. McDonough, C. Martin, A. Mendelsohn, 
R. Stowe 

L. DeCesare, N. Perry, R. Bonfanti, P. Cummins, J. Curtis, J. Pearce, J. DeGaust, J. Altaville 



ELEMENTARY JUNIOR II 




E. Kielinin, S. Coleman, J. Remare, R. Plati, A. Ranta, M. Collins 
L. Hayden, G. Nardi, L. Callas, J. Hawkes, E. Armstrong, V. Lavoie, 
S. Sugarman, N. White, M. Porter, J. Gulino, M. Hanley, A. Matarese 



ELEMENTARY JUNIOR III 




S. Olsen, P. Oates, L. Parilla, M. Bright, J. Hendy, M. Riordan, J. Murphy, A. Arsenault 
F. Cinardo, R. Merrithew, L. Johnson, R. Brandt, B. Rizzo, E. LaSpina, R. Panczyk, B. Holden 
L. Gallagher, E. Donovan, L. Cannata, S. Masiello, S. Cunningham, N. Cawthorne, S. LaPointe, 
B. Kaluzny 



ELEMENTARY JUNIOR IV 




M. Deeney, R. Lustig, M. MacDonald, V. Lewis, B. Lang, P. Cullen, B. Ferrari 

A. DiVincenzo, R. Goldstein, E. Witwicki, R. Ford, S. Foley, J. Tanner, L. McDonald, T. Roy 

S. Burns, A. Cronin, L. Pressman, C. Hirsch, M. O'Hearn, S. Romano, K. Flanigan, J. Bordonaro 



JUNIOR HIGH JUNIOR I 




J. O'Connor, T. Bradley, W. Torrence, J. Begg, D. Barry, V. D'Antona, J. D'Alelio 

R. Gaumond, S. Kohansky, J. Loyte, T. Payos, T. Risoldi, R. Whitcher 

L. Pelczar, L. Bradbury, A. Nugent, J. Schulta, C. Carney, A. Heffernan, M. Reardon 



JUNIOR HIGH JUNIOR II 




L. Lowry, F. Fedele, H. Landry, R. Boyd, C. Fransen 

P. Davidson, D. French, J. Hawryluk, R. Manzi, T. Crowley, W. Torrence 

D. Benedict, E. Mahoney, H. Randazzo, K. Fallon, V. Meyer, J. Balzotti, R. DeLuca 



JUNIOR HIGH JUNIOR III 




L. Perella, R. Stazinski, D. Gilberti, J. Carroll, T. Comeau, R. Hoffman, J. Creilson 
R. Mirasola, A. Stone, D. Stewart 
E. Starr, R. Perullo, P. Murphy 



BUSINESS EDUCATION JUNIOR I 




P. Picone, C. Cowan, E. Sousa, J. Naimo, J. Kokoska, C. Gavrillen, J. Sculla 

R. Maestri, L. Kinsley, B. O'Neill, M. Gauthier, A. Sheremuk, P. Senibaldi, C. Tardiff 

V. DeLeo, S. Fortes, K. McHugh, C. Poploski, M. Taylor, K. Rogers, M. Nadeau, J. Cortes 



BUSINESS EDUCATION JUNIOR II 




T. O'Donnell, R. Lynch, J. Pitzi, S. Spanger, J. Kelleher, P. Mann, J. Cepaitis, V. Bucci 

P. O Connor, M. Dyer, M. Paglinca, M. Kuell, P. Cosgrove, H. Baldyga, P. McCluskey, 
F. Paiva 

R. Rauseo, A. Mason, G. Levine, C. Napolitano, J. Gagnon, B. Prost, B. Champy 



SOPHOMORE CLASS ADVISERS 




SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS 




Gail Fraser, Treasurer; Lorraine Sybil, Secretary 

Paul Phinney, President; Frederick Randall, Vice President 



ELEMENTARY SOPHOMORE I 




C. Negri, G. Estey, P. Cabral, V. Piro, R. Gauthier, G. DiSarceno, C. Preston, D. Riley, A. 
Nugent, M. Dunne 

J. Halligan, A. Raymond, C. Stera, C. Thibodeau, P. Davis, B. Douglas, M. Monteforte, V. 

Drabik, J. Davis, C. Moisson, A. Lynch, 
A. Minichiello, C. Gilfoyle, M. Lillis, S. Renzie, M. De Fillippo, M. Cataldo, P. Protz, B. 

Connolly, C. Parker 



ELEMENTARY SOPHOMORE II 




C. Pacione, J. Fairfield, S. Belleau, K. Drabinowicz, K. Scanlon, I. Walsh, A. Cooper, F. Gilbert 

D. Spakas, P. Boy, C. Scanzillo, E. Burke, J. Dunn, C. Barbuto, E. Morris, A. Couhig, D. Noonan 
B. Philpot, J. Glass, R. D'Ambrosio, N. Ball, R. Spitz, E. Luz, E. Maguire, J. Fife, A. Potopinski 



ELEMENTARY SOPHOMORE III 




C. Waron, M. Murphy, K. Ziavras, A. Chisholm, M. Spraker, N. Taramino, C. Donoghue, B. 
Britchky. 

M. McBrien, M. Bishop, K. Owens, A. Gagnon, P. Black, M. Senibaldi, L Proto, E. Gliksman 
L. Day, E. Monahan, J. Szostak, I. Muise, I. Lustig, L. Powers, N. Peatman, D. Favazza 



ELEMENTARY SOPHOMORE IV 




E. Lawson, M. Hammond, I. Curran, C. DiFilippo, J. Huson, J. Waksmonski, H. Hennessey, S. 

James, L. Sweeney, J. McCarthy 
J. Serra, J. Laham, C. Smith, L. Sybil, S. Tardiff, M. Doucette, D. Gardner, C. Munroe, M. 

Berlandi, J. Hamilton 

M. Caruso, E. Flaherty, M. Freeman, J. Pelonzi, M. Tivnan, S. Wastrangelo, D. Beatrice, M. 
Riley, C. McEnelly, M. Melia 



ELEMENTARY SOPHOMORE V 




S. Ellis, S. Marder, J. Monastess, M. Shea, S. Stefanski, E. Walsh, R 

F. Voyer, K. Sullivan, A. Weber, E. Armitstead 
C. Berube, E. Plant, M. Soucy, C. Lynch, J. Coakley, D. Delli Colli, P. 

V. Douglas, M. Doyle, C. Randall, M. Mifflin, S. Laffey 
G. Elias, J. Masoud, U. Lambros, L. Carne, P. Girard, D. MacKinnon, D. Dulong, C. Hynes, 

C. Apruzzese, N. Eydenberg 



St. Paul, N. Sheehan, 
Painchaud, K. Twohig, 



ELEMENTARY SOPHOMORE VI 

n I 




S. Doherty, J. Crotty, J. LeLecas, R. Maharis, R. DeStafano, C. Johnson 
L. Sanborn, R. Powers, P. Ford, K. Powers, P. Gentleman, M. Tansey 

M. Bresnahan, J. Birchenough, A. Swiniarski, M. Moen, D. Horton, M. Jiadosz, P. McNaught 



JUNIOR HIGH SOPHOMORE I 




R. Goodwin, R. Casey, B. Carr, R. Smith, R. MacPhee, N. Goldstein, J. Sullivan, R. Nichols, 
J. Harmon 



A. Cloutman, E. Roberts, F. McLaughlin, D. Gagne', S. Lictor, E. Chapdelaine, B. Conlon, A. 
Di Virgilio 

C. Spellman, K. Buckley, L. Zoorian, F. Menevich, J. Romanchuk, V. De Natale, A. Corbett, 
S. Sano 



JUNIOR HIGH SOPHOMORE II 




G. Munroe, A. Comendul, R. Peach, W. Galante 

B. Ciampa, W. McLoughlin, D. James, L. Connolly, R. Thompson 

F. Farrenkopf, J. Ferreira, S. Stefanski, N. Sheehan, P. McKinnon, P. Cavanaugh 



JUNIOR HIGH SOPHOMORE III 




F. Champoux, N. Griffin, P. McNulty, B. Stone, C. Lyons, H. Wong 

M. Bunce, K. Schlegel, C. Hooper, B. Walsh, C. Francesco, A. Kaden, M. Ruddock 

S. Leftin, G. Romeo, G. Pappo, F. Thistle, C. Carson, A. Young, K. Fournier 



JUNIOR HIGH SOPHOMORE IV 

ftf- ,n - t+ r\ 




R. Ulfo, F. Sannella, D. Shepherd, J. Bresnahan, A. Gabrielson, J. O'Neil, T. Roche, R. Caruso, 
A. Devoe, R. Murphy, J. Healey, E. Spinney, R. Boyington, N. Nigrelli 

C. Peterson, A. McCoy, F. Lillo, S. Heaslip, W. Corbett, F. Mayo, S. Mugglebee, F. Randall, 
A. Circo, L. Espindle, S. Sheriff, J. Aucone, E. Mucci, W. Voss 

M. Benevento, J. Foyle, T. Egan, S. Sprague, G. Turco, B. Cohen, B. Tammany, S. Dunn, J. 
Hazel, A. Martin, A. Ame'rau, J. Anderson 



BUSINESS EDUCATION SOPHOMORE I 




M. Ward, W. Cody, R. Hatch, R. Watson, P. Smith, R. Grant, D. Carnes, E. Dunn 
J. Martin, W. Russell, D. Hatch, N. Panagopolos, R. Cignetti, E. Gouzoules, J. Lyman, V. 
Creedon 

M. Costello, R. Doyle, C. De Marco, C. Ellsworth, M. Delaney, M. Anketell, M. Kelley, N. 
Francis 



BUSINESS EDUCATION SOPHOMORE II 




G. Fleming, R. Levy, J. Casey, R. DiGiacomo, B. Chamberlain, J. Mann, F. Hryniewicz, J. 
Pierce, M. Benedetto 



J. Anderson, L. Dawson, L. Syzmanski, F. Johnson, G. Hicks, A. Cottone, J. Dellacasa, J. 
Gaudreau, S. Pecevich 

L. Leary, D. Rapoza, J. Hayworth, M. O'Brien, T. Doherty, A. Costello, J. Bishara, K. Linscott 



BUSINESS EDUCATION SOPHOMORE III 




R. Darby, J. Bradley, D. Phinney, R. Salerno, J. McGuire, R. Eamma, P. Rocheleau, R. Bennett 
J. Bruneau, D. Hamm, C. Lambing, C. Gauthier, A. Cwiklik, L. Dallaire, C. Shore, P. Heaton, 
M. Cheron, G. Fraser 



J. Principato, C. Mozykowski, D. Keenan, J. Forrest, J. Pietryka, P. Lagrega, C. Gibson, F. 
Kazalski 



FRESHMAN CLASS ADVISERS 




Mr. Conway, Mr. Francis, Mr. Walkowiak, Mr. Callan 
Mr. Martini, Mr. Devitt, Mr. Winfisky 



FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS 




Theresa Dergay, Treasurer; Andrea Lodge, Secretary 
Thomas Smith, President; George Agganis, Vice President 



ELEMENTARY FRESHMAN I 




E. Turmenne, J. Durant, F. Cause, P. Golditch, J. Gaudet, W. Clark, J. Giuliano, C. Henry, 

J. Foye, J. Cooney, P. Duggan, W. Casey, R. Mancini 
J. Fortini, D. Curtin, M. Bordonaro, M. Altaville, E. Blangeard, J. Blackler, C. Boyle, M. 

Burke, R. Buckley, S. Dietch, S. Fieldstein 



ELEMENTARY FRESHMAN II 




M. Drago, A. Ellis, C. Dzierzak, C. Fabello, K. Connors, C. Doody- M. Cardarelli, H. Delviks, 

J. Nowicki, B. Collins, R. Dube 
R. Dubuque, L. Davy, D. Eng, J. Carney, M. Duffy, C. Clarke, E. Castellarin, K. Collins, E. 

Ellis, D. Cameron, D. Drew 
J. Clark, M. Dwyer, S. Thelen, D. Perrachi, C. Cote, B. Carter, D. Cashman, R. De Vincentis, 

C. Clancy 



ELEMENTARY FRESHMAN III 




S. Kent, G. Hamilton, M. Haley, M. Hawe, M. Ganem, L. Jackson, H. Hickey, N. Gordon, 

C. Kaleta, M. Lane, E. Herlihy, J. Kline 
M. Holland, S. Kennedy, K. Flynn, E. Kenny, E. Hayward, L. Farnam, B. Kelly, G. Feeley, 

C. Lattanzio, M. Henderson, M. Khoury 
J. Fleming, C. Gershfield, J. Hatheway, L. Grina, R. Fine, M. Finegan, L. Gardella, E. Farrell, 

K. Harty, B. Foley 



ELEMENTARY FRESHMAN IV 




A. Mireli, J. McGrath, A. Lodge, P. Molinaux, M. Lewey, C. A. Guerrette, M. Marraffa, J. 

Pantano, B. Luchans, R. Mageary 
P. Morgan, C. Marquis, J. Lawlor, R. McDonough, E. Marcotr, L. Lydeard, P. McGee, L. 

Lewis, J. Moore, A. Machetti, C. Messer 
P. Michaud, L. Lepore, V. Lauinger, P. Linskey, R. Malkin, R. Maestranzi, M. Mander, C. 

Morse, E. Millay, D. Pistone 



ELEMENTARY FRESHMAN V 




M. Pavlis, P. Riordan, P. Stafford, R. Reidy, J. Newman, M. O'Neil, C. Notemeyer, A. 

Sherry, A. Pantazelos, C. Ryan, R. Sirois, C. Ross, R. Stone 
A. Padre, C. Stanley, M. Picano, J. Nelson, C. Palermo, J. Shattuck, E. Stahl, K. O'Brien, 

M. O'Connell, F. Slattery, J. Pignone 
D. Ranere, C. O'Brien, P. Radin, R. Sterling, S. Rollinson, B. Shauffer, J. Myslinski, E. O'Keefe, 

M. Ogasian, M. Reilly 



ELEMENTARY FRESHMAN VI 




R. Vaccaro, B. Vincent, J. Dumas, V. Spirito, L. Ellison, J. Marshall, P. Barbeau, J. Gravini, E. 
Martin, A. Malfitano 

L. Young, J. Riley, H. Umbley, S. Watkins, E. Wheeler, N. Trodden, J. Tomashefsky, C. 

Murray, G. Penta, R. Glendye 
J. Valente, N. Yuill, M. Teal, R. Twomey, N. Wilson, A. Walsh, S. West, C. Zwiercan, B. 

Ulbin, D. Zabriskie 



JUNIOR HIGH FRESHMAN I 




R. Barrett, A. Capadaqua, R. Gaffny, R. Callenare, J. Bateman, E. Freeman, J. Ballou, L. 
Tufo, D. Chandler, L. Gordon, A. Gasperoni, F. Costello, G. Agganis 

R. Loiselle, R. Kaminsky, K. Belanger, D. Larson, R. Jacques, J. Lowe, W. Cowles, R. John- 
son, A. Costa, W. Hegan, R. Murphy, J. Dudley 

A. Cotoia, P. Hurley, E. Feilteau, G. Goodrow, I. Alpert, M. Fortune, J. Caffrey, L. Fraser, J. 
Lynch, W. Jodz 



JUNIOR HIGH FRESHMAN II 




J. Megowen, R. Morgan, D. White, M. Shaughnessy, R. Mercaldi, R. Teague, R. Esposito, M. 
Tuccolo 

J. Perry, A. Mason, N. Marble, L. Mcllroy, D. McCauley, E. Zubiel, D. Thurmond, 
A. Sarno, M. Waters, B. Hooper, M. Larnard, M. Stefanski, E. Soterapoulos, B. Lerner, G. 
Spina 



JUNIOR HIGH FRESHMAN III 




E. Bono, J. Wade, D. Young, W. Lynch, J. Doherty, T. Hickey, R. Swan, J. McGrane, L. 
Sweeney, J. Morse, B. Creano 

P. Bailey, R. LeGault, P. Nicholson, V. Nichols, D. Willis, M. Richardson, K. Kiely, J. Patter- 
son, S. Tully, G. Clement, D. Lomano, J. Lovell 

J. Watman, M. Bivk, C. Vandi, M. Imbimbo, C. Jones, L. Goodman, L. Goodman, D. Robert- 
son, R. Maestrellis, N. Martone 



JUNIOR HIGH FRESHMAN IV 




D. Karumpas, C. Cassarjian, D. Quinn, D. Mathews, P. Guerrette, H. Mavragis, A. Capezza, 
E. Rosa, E. Sidman, R. Ruszkowski, R. Winson, P. Landers, D. Zollo 

C. McKay, D. Harrington, R. Lyons, R. Minichiello, C. Von Handorf, J. Martinelli, D. Buller- 
well, R. Damelio, A. Tassinari, J. Reinfuss, D. Draper 

D. Gauthier, M. Fox, A. Fredrickson, M. Birmingham, N. Duchene, J. Connolly, M. Foley, S. 
Davidson, F. Benoit, C. Bowden 



BUSINESS EDUCATION FRESHMAN I 




G. Duggan, W. Clapp, M. Haberland, P. Lawrence, J. Sullivan, R. Eaton, W. Reed, C. 

McDonald, J. Burns, R. DePiero, A. Tranfaglia 
K. Collier, R. Amidon, D. Cochrane, B. Brenner, R. Butter, J. Waters, W. Pecukonis, M. 

Doherty, W Neenan, T. Smith, D. Cronin, W. Murphy, D. Brett 
J. Conley, T. Cotter, M. Barry, R. DeVeer, M. Vitale, A. Krikorian, B. Featherstone, C. Smith, 

D. Crawford, M. Makela 



BUSINESS EDUCATION FRESHMAN II 




M. Deary, W. Atwood, W. Myers, W. Murphy, J. Sweeney, J. Peroni, D. Bordetsky, M. 

Tierney, P. DeRobertis, J. McSweeney, W. Corliss, T. Marzec 
W. Jackson, A. Heckman, M. Shea, J. Sturtevant, M. Barry, G. Barnard, B. Urnikis, M. 

Bouchie, N. Kelley, D. Luciano, J. Brown 
C. Zaleskas, J. Goodwin, M. Smith, D. Lawlor, S. Barr, N. Caverly, E. Cotty, T. Dergay, P. 

Cogan, C. Cullity 



BUSINESS EDUCATION FRESHMAN III 




F. Strachan, R. Ware, J. Bevilacqua, D. Farrington, J. Boushell, W. Hemingway, N. Rose, R. 

Pepin, R. Francis, D. Savosik 
L. Roberts, S. Fitzpatrick, C. Nicolo, S. Slawecki, M. Dorsey, D. Galante, N. Cornforth, K. 

Abbott, J. Clermont 

L. Roberts, M. Tjanos, D. Nestor, M. Norton, K. Mullins, C. Rideout, K. Fugere, R. Finegan, 
K. King, N. Chute 



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Dr. Frederick A. Meier, President 15 Larchmont Road, Salem 

THE COLLEGE FACULTY 

Alexander, Florence S 5 Tufts Street, Marblehead 

uAmsler, James T 13 Chandler Road, Salem 

Antone, Michel J. 289 Locust Street, Danvers 

Berman, Mildred 14 Parker Street, Maiden 

Borgatti, Alfred L 274 Willow Avenue, Somerville 

Bradley, Mary A 78 Rogers Avenue, Somerville 

Brudzynski, Alfred J 260 Lafayette Street, Salem 

Burgy, J. Herbert 248 Lafayette Street, Salem 

JBurnham, Gertrude 248 Lafayette Street, Salem 

Callan, Francis E 5 Chase Street, Salem 

Casey, Mary E 14 Plymouth Street, No. Abington 

Centorino, James J 71 Columbus Avenue, Salem 

JClifford, Timothy F. 142 Federal Street, Salem 

Coffey, Lorraine 21 Moulton Street, Newburyport 

Collins, Earle S 52 Puritan Road, Marblehead 

Commito, Albert S 15 Leon Circle, Medford 

Conrad, Shirley 1 Columbia Park, Haverhill 

Conway, James J 110 Corning Street, Beverly 

Cooney, Matthew W., Jr 4 Wallace Road, Rockport 

Devitt, William D 10 Chestnut Street, Beverly 

Dower, Margaret W 40 Riverside Street, Danvers 

Francis, Edwin L 331A Harvard Street, Cambridge 

George, John 77 Water Street, Danvers 

Giannini, Vincent N 83 Thoreau Street, Concord 

Groesbeck, George W 12 Roslyn Street, Salem 

Hall, Serena G 50 Sawyer Street, Haverhill 

Hardy, Roger A 103V2 Granite Street, Rockport 

Harrigan, D. Francis 2 Margaret Road, Peabody 

vHennessey, Leo F. * 18 Riverside Avenue, Gloucester 

Hourihan, Mary V 12 Jacobs Street, Peabody 

Jeffery, Bruce F 10 Mason Street, Beverly 

Jones, Mary M Saltonstall Parkway, Salem 

JCeily, Helen J 34 Greenough Street, Brookline 

-Kiefer, Charles F., Jr 16 Devereaux Street, Marblehead 

^raft, Mary E 25 Valley Street, Salem 

v/Lowrey, Lawrence T 349 Pleasant Street, Maiden 

Lustri, Alfred J 49 Melvin Avenue, Lynn 

,/Mackey, Helen T 179 Aspinwall Avenue, Brookline 

./Marshall, Anne 176 Lafayette Street, Salem 

v^VIarshall, Marion S 2 Cathedral Avenue, Rockport 

Martini, Carl J 17 Shetland Road, Danvers 

Munyan, Viola 303 Lafayette Street, Salem 

..AIcGlynn, Edna M 4 Cherry Road, Beverly 

McLain, Minor H 89 Warwick Road, Melrose 

Panosian, Stephen 116 Summer Street, Stoneham 

-/Piemonte, Joseph M 22 Crowdis Street, Salem 

wPrescott, Elizabeth 139 Federal Street, Salem 

Procopio, Mary A 4 Tessier Drive, Andover 

QurRK, Marie T 66 Saunders Street, Allston 

Rich, William A 9 Robert Road, Marblehead 

Riess, Richard O. . . 18 Waldron Court, Marblehead 

Ryan, Thomas 1 4 Violet Road, Peabody 

Salley, Paul V 53 Western Avenue, Beverly 



Schneider, Richard L 40 Horton Street, Salem 

Seibert, Grant W 3 Oxford Terrace, Beverly 

Silvestro, Josephine 37A Pearl Street, Medford 

Slater, Schuyler G 9 Merritt Street, Marblehead 

Smith, Janet 1731 Beacon Street, Brookline 

Stein, Kenneth 347 Rice Avenue, Revere 

Sullivan, James B. . . ; 82 North Street, Andover 

Sullivan, Joseph A 20 Griffin Road, South Peabody 

Tamminen, Tauno 348 Nahant Road, Nahant 

Theriault, Louis 34 V2 Bradstreet Avenue, Danvers 

Twohig, James E 25 Fay Street, Lynn 

Virgilio, Carmela 34 Cranston Street, Woonsocket R.I. 

Walkowiak, Anthony P 158 Lowell Street, Peabody 

Winfisky, Anthony P 287 Locust Street, Danvers 

Witham, Beatrice 24 King's Beach Road, Lynn 

Woodland, John T 113 Gainsboro Street, Boston 

Xanthaky, Nicholas 18 Sutton Avenue, Salem 

Yanow, Perry 44 Chamberlain Avenue, Revere 

Younis, Adele L 50 Cash Street, Fall River 

HORACE MANN TRAINING SCHOOL FACULTY 

Rikkola, V. John, Principal 12 Linden Avenue, Salem 

Buckley, Frances M 14 Puritan Road, No. Beverly 

Cambridge, Doris A 168A Eutaw Avenue, Lynn 

Higley, George E 229 Loring Avenue, Salem 

Hudgins, Minerva M 13A Naples Road, Salem 

Linskey, Miriam E 8A Loring Avenue, Salem 

McCourt, Agnes 21 Thorndike Street, Salem 

Richard, Ruth M 150 Bridge Street, Salem 

Salerno, Joseph S 38 Fairmont Street, Lawrence 

Southwick, Ruth L 1 Roosevelt Road, Salem 

Stanley, Dorothy B 245 Andover Street, Peabody 

Ulton, Olive E 13 Cambridge Street, Salem 

SALTONSTALL TRAINING SCHOOL FACULTY 

Cunney, Henry M., Principal 225 Loring Avenue, Salem 

Butler, Louise M 25 Albion Street, Salem 

Heffernan, Mary A 13 Sunset Road, Salem 

Hennessey, Ann J 38 Putnam Street, Salem 

Lynch, Marie Louise 53 Locust Street, Danvers 

ADMINISTRATION 

Andrews, Arlene M 190 Essex Avenue, Gloucester 

"Clark, Ann K.- . . 8 Bowden Street, Marblehead 

*/Dimakakos, Theresa 74 Parkland Avenue, Lynn 

-Jones, Mary Ellen 753 Western Avenue, Lynn 

-Kelly, Margaret M 76 Norfolk Avenue, Swampscott 

"■Kyle, Francis X 12 Auburn Street, Reading 

^LaBonte, Patricia L 12 Sohier Road, Beverly 

^O'Keeffe, Mary M 8" Grove Street, Salem 

Sanford, Eileen 0 28 Calumet Street, Peabody 

Soucy, Elaine M 80 Moffatt Road, Salem 

Ward, Mary G 66 Proctor Street, Salem 

JUNIORS 

Alfred, Merilee (E) 23 Stephen Street, Lynn 

Altavelle, Joanne (E) 549 Broadway, Revere 

Anderson, James (JH) 138 Bellingham Avenue, Revere 

Ardagna, Theresa (E) 4 Drummond Road, Stoneham 

Armstrong, Ellen (E) 39 Gull Road, Falmouth 



Armstrong, Francis (E) 460 Broadway, Somerville 

Arnold, Judith (B) 113 Bailey Boad, Somerville 

Arsenault, Ann (E) 36 John Street, Maiden 

Augltera, Ann (JH) 70 Shurtleff Street, Bevere 

Babcock, James (JH) 14 Knox Park, Everett 

Baldyga, Helen (B) 24 Baymond Boad, Salem 

Balzotti, Joseph (JH) 214 Bremen Street, East Boston 

Bannister, William (JH) 4 Spring Hill Terrace, Somerville 

Barry, David (JH) 1 Rockland Road, Marblehead 

Begg, John (JH) 6 Milton Street, Beverly 

Benedict, Dean (JH) 117 Bowler Street, Lynn 

Berlandi, Marie (E) 15 Union Street, Everett 

Bonfanti, Bose (E) 14 Wheeler Street, Peabody 

Bordonaro, Jean (E) 170 Lincoln Boad, Medford 

Bowden, Hal (JH) 63 Pine Grove Avenue, Lynn 

Boys, Bobert (JH) 130 Sylvan Street, Danvers 

Bradbury, Linda (JH) 19 Emerson Street, Stoneham 

Bradley, Thomas A. (JH) 6 Vandergrift Street, Lawrence 

Bright, Margaret (E) 4 Whittier Street, Beverly 

Bucci, Vincent ( B ) 37 Francis Street, Medford 

Burns, Sheila ( E ) 79 Hobart Street, Danvers 

Callis, Linda (E) 25 Winslow Way, Lynn 

Cangiano, Margaret (E) 27A Bradbury Avenue, Medford 

Cannata, Lois (E) 23 Wordsworth Street, East Boston 

Carney, Constance (JH) 34 Union Street, North Andover 

Carroll, John A., Jr. (JH) 25 Pine Street, Manchester 

Cawthorne, Nancy (E) 6 Centre Street, Winthrop 

Cepaitis, John (B) 556 Bogers Street, Lowell 

Champy,. Bernice (B) 85 Trenton Street, Lawrence 

Cinardo, Frances (E) 871 Saratoga Street, East Boston 

Coleman, Surelle (E) 28 Cnestnut Street, Lynn 

Collins, Marilyn (E) 12 Barton Street, Salem 

Comeau, Thomas (JH) 14 Wesley Street, Maiden 

Commito, Bobert (JH) 5 Cross Street, Everett 

Coneeney, Ann (E) 13 Temple Street, Beading 

Connolly, Patricia (JH) 5 King Street, Peabody 

Conroy, Jayne (E) 11 Summer Street, Salem 

Cordwell, Wesley (JH) 82 Warren Avenue, Maiden 

Corts, Judith (Mrs.) (B) 7 Broad Street, Lynn 

Cosco, Bobert (JH) 564 Mountain Avenue, Bevere 

Cosgrove, Patricia ( B ) 30 Chandler Street, Belmont 

Coulouris, Fay (E) 216 Eastern Avenue, Lynn 

Cowan, Carol (B) 30 Cooper Street, Lynn 

Creilson, John (JH) 107 Park Street, No. Beading 

Cronin, Ann (E) 9 Harrison Avenue, Beverly 

Crotty, John ( B ) 155 Bridge Street, Salem 

Crowley, Thomas (JH) 10 Connecticut Avenue, Somerville 

Cullen, Patricia (E) 87 Fairview Avenue, Peabody 

Cummings, Thomas (E) 41 Elm Street, Andover 

Cummins, Patricia (E) 46 Browning Boad, Somerville 

Cunha, Edward (JH) 25 Clinton Street, Maiden 

Cunningham, David ( JH ) 64 Eutaw Avenue, Lvnn 

Cunningham, Sally (JH) 12 Willard Street, Chelsea 

Curtis, Janet (E) 72 Pearl Street, Charlestown 

D'Alelio, Joseph (JH) 7 Adams Avenue, Everett 

D'Antona, Vincent (JH) .' . 33 Carlson Street, Everett 

Davidson, Paul (JH) 7 Beckett Street, Peabody 

Declercq, Patricia (E) 1 Patton Street, Lawrence 

Deeney, Marjorie (E) 27 West Street, Maiden 

DeGaust, Janet (E) 25 Undine Avenue, Winthrop 

DeLeo, VraciNiA (B) 746 Saratoga Street, East Boston 



DeLucca, Rocco (JH) 123 Laurel Avenue, Bradford 

Denning, Martin (JH) . 50 Montrose Street, Somerville 

Deros, Charles (JH) 75 Johnson Street, Lynn 

DeSimone, Richard (JH) 26 Bonner Avenue, Medford 

DiCesare, Lola (E) 32 Dean Street, Everett 

DiVincenzo, Ann (E) 30 Home Street, Beverly 

Donovan, Esther (E) ........ 127 Mt. Vernon Street, Melrose 

Donovan, James (E) 101 First Street, Medford 

Drabinowicz, Kathryn (E) 19 Briggs Street, Salem 

Dugmore, Nancy (E) 9 Atwood Street, Wakefield 

Dyer, Marie (B) 93 Sagamore Street, Lynn 

Elvey, Russell (JH) 13 Coolidge Street, Everett 

Fedele, Francis (JH) . 7 Christine Avenue, Stoneham 

Ferrari, Barbara (E) 24 Leonard Road, Lexington 

Fichera, Americo (JH) 29 Chestnut Street, Wakefield 

Flanigan, Karen (E) Warren Street, Georgetown 

Foley, Sharon (E) 28 Clifton Avenue, Everett 

Foote, Carol (E) 122 Summer Street, Stoneham 

Ford, Robert (E) 38 Oxford Street, Somerville 

Fortes, Shirley (B) . County Road, West Wareham 

Foye, James (JH) 59 Prince Street, Lowell 

Fransen, Carleton (JH) 129A Shepard Street, Lynn 

French, Richard (JH) 487 Main Street, Watertown 

Gagnon, Jean ( B ) 55 Eastern Avenue, Fall River 

Gallagher, Lois (E) 67 Aspen Road, Swampscott 

Gaumond, Arthur (JH) 39 Ashton Street, Beverly 

Gauthier, Mardz- Louise (B) ........ 51 Essex Street, Marlboro 

Gavrillen, Christine (B) Hill Street, Millville 

Geary, Marjorie (E) 9 Gould Street, Danvers 

Gianino, Marie (JH) 604 Main Street, Medford 

Gilberti, Donald (JH) . 21 Partridge Avenue, Somerville 

Gilroy, Thomas (JH) 183 Tracy Avenue, Lynn 

Goldstein, Rosalyn (E) 23 Dumas Street, Dorchester 

Greehy, James (JH) 37 Lenox Raod, Peabody 

Greene, Norma (E) 146 Maple Street, Lynn 

Griffin, Joan (E) . 412 Lynnfield Street, Peabody 

Griffin, Robert ( JH ) 14 Eagle Street, Newburyport 

Gulino, Josephine (E) 10 Stearns Avenue, Medford 

Halpert, Shifra (E) 32 Highland Street, Revere 

Hamel, Wayne (JH) 38 Wentworth Place, Lynn 

Hanley, Maureen (E) 41 Garfield Avenue, Medford 

Hanly, Mary (JH) 47 Arcadia Street, Revere 

Hawkes, Judith (E) 22 Braman Street, Danvers 

Hayden, Linda (E) 6 Gary Avenue, Beverly 

Heffernan, Ann (JH) 28 Lee Street, Beverly 

Hendy, Judith (E) 9 Rock Avenue, Swampscott 

Hennessey, Ann (JH) 142 Bellingham Avenue, Revere 

Hoffman, Robert (JH) 6 Glenwood Circle, Lynn 

Holden, Barbara (E) 299 Chatham Street, Lynn 

Howard, Rebecca (E) 30 Dane Street, Beverly 

Johnson, Laurette (E) 8 Washington Street, Beverly 

Kaluzny, Barbara (E) 37 Linwood Street, Maiden 

Kelleher, John (B) 37 Middle Street, Newburyport 

Kelleher, Rose (E) 37 Middle Street, Newburyport 

Kielinin, Betty (E) 16 Ocean Avenue, Rockport 

Kinsley, Louise (B) 398 Medford Street, Somerville 

Kohanski, Stephen, Jr., (JH) 104 Nahant Street, Lynn 

Kokoszka, Janice (B) 284 Brayton Pt. Rd., Westport Harbor 

Landry, Harold (JH) 188 Bellingham Avenue, Revere 

Lang, Barbara (E) 5 Autumn Street, Danvers' 

LaPointe, Susan (E) 485 Main Street, Stoneham 



LaSpina, Elizabeth (E) 158 Maiden Street, Maiden 

Lavoie, Virginia (E) 135 Fort Avenue, Salem 

Lentine, Salvatore (JH) 28 Clark Street, Medford 

Levine, Gloria (B) . . 312 Rose May, Holbrook 

Lewis, Christopher (JH) 23 Roseville Square, Lynn 

Lewis, Virginia (E) 32 Chester Street, Melrose 

Lewis, Walter (JH) 3 Walter Street, Salem 

Lisi, Joseph (JH) 181 Lincoln Street, Revere 

Loyte, John (JH) 12 Palfrey Place, Lynn 

Lynch, Robert (B) 70 Mayfield Street, Dorchester 

Maag, Richard (E) 11 Linden Street, Lynn 

MacDonald, Mary (E) 52 Kinwood Road, Lynn 

MacEachern, Margaret (E) 18 Myrtle Square, Gloucester 

Maestri, Rosemarie (B) 132 Whittemore Street, Tewksbury 

Maguire, John (B) 244 Grand View Avenue, Winthrop 

Mahoney, Edward (JH) 10 Ferguson Road, Maiden 

Mann, Paul (B) 167 Liberty Street, Lowell 

Manzi, Robert (JH) 32 Mitchell Avenue, Medford 

Martin, Cynthia (E) 43 Hartz Street, Gloucester 

Maseello, Suzanne (E) 38 Clark Street, Everett 

Mason, Anne (B) 2 Woodlawn Street, Amesbury 

Matarese,Ann (E) 80 Warehouse Street, Medford 

McCallum, Patricia (E) 61 Gorham Avenue, Stoneham 

McCluskey, Paul (B) 22 Franklin Street, Arlington 

McDonald, Lois (E) 33 Verdmont Avenue, Lynn 

McDonough, Mary Jane (E) 118 Auburn Street, Medford 

McHugh, Kathryn (B) 73 Franklin Street, Peabody 

McLaughlin, Janice (JH) Ill Princeton Street, Medford 

Mendelsohn, Arnold (E) 180 Washington Street, Haverhill 

Merrithew, Ruth (E) 14 Clayton Avenue, Saugus 

Mirisola, Robert (JH) 30 Dufton Road, Andover 

Mortimer, Eileen (E) 5 Highland Street, Hamilton 

Murphy, Janet (E) 76 Lynde Avenue, Melrose 

Murphy, Joseph (JH) 216 North Street, No. Reading 

Murphy, Maureen (E) 21 Wentworth Court, Maiden 

Murphy, Paul (JH) 5 Fruit Street, Newburyport 

Myer, Virginia (JH) 27 Wardell Avenue, Lynn 

Nadeau, Marion (B) 151 Wells Street, Greenfield 

Naimo, Joanne (B) 43 Franklin Street, Somerville 

Napolitano, Constance (B) 220 Bucknam Street, Everett 

Nugent, Audrey (JH) 75 Moore Street, East Boston 

Oates, Phyllis (E) 42 Glenwood Road, Somerville 

O'Connor, John (B) 60 Maple Street, Stoneham 

O'Connor, Peter (B) 60 Linden Street, Salem 

O'Donnell, Thomas (B) 1 Essex Street, Salem 

O'Hearn, Madeline (E) 78 V2 Hancock Street, Everett 

Olson, Sandra (E) 415 Cedar Brook Road, Lynn 

O'Neill, Barbara (B) 9 Rockney Avenue, Dorchester 

Paglinca, Marion ( B ) 85 Pearson Avenue, W. Somerville 

Paiva, Francis (B) Plain Street, So. Braintree 

Panczyk, Rita (E) 76 Warren Avenue, Maiden 

Parilla, Loretta (E) 147 Main Street, Winthrop 

Payos, Theodore (JH) 567 Washington Street, Lowell 

Pearce, June (E) 41 Tileston Road, Winthrop 

Pelczar, Leta (Mrs.) (JH) 102 Dayton Street, Danvers 

Perella, Louis (JH) 53 Dearborn Street, Medford 

Perry, Nancy (E) 27 Dorchester Street, Lawrence 

Perullo, Ronald (JH) 17 Davis Street, Revere 

Picone, Patricia (B) 43 Edwards Court, Lynn 

Pitzi, John (B) 592 Broadway, Revere 

Plati, Richard (JH) 120 Florence Street, Revere 



Poploski, Carlene (B) 103 Ash Street, Gardner 

Porter, Marie (E) 45 Gardner Street, Lynn 

Pressman, Linda (E) 46 Wolcott Street, Maiden 

Pszenny, Barbara (E) 106 Broadway, Salem 

Bandazzo, Helen ( JH ) 53 Murray Street, Lynn 

Bauseo, Helena (B) 53 Ashton Street, Everett 

Reardon, Margaret ( }H ) 20 Barton Street, Newburyport 

Rebholz, Lois (E) 99 Hichborn Street, Revere 

Remare, Philip (E) 70 Chase Street, Beverly 

Biordan, Martha (E) 10 Flint, Street, Salem 

Risoldi, Thomas A., Jr. (}H) 6 Pleasant Street, Beverly 

Rizzo, Barbara (E) 157 Princeton Street, East Boston 

Rocheleau, Paul (B) 110 Linwood Street, Lynn 

Rogers, Karen (B) 20 North Street, Middleboro 

Romano, Sandra (E) 52 Pine Street, Swampscott 

Romeo, Lois (E) 83 Haviland Avenue, Wakefield 

Rouillard, Lucy (Mrs.) (JH) 24 Lafayette Street, Marblehead 

Roy, Theresa (E) 9 Morton Hill Avenue, Lynn 

Sakellson, Arthur ( JH ) 26 Gardner Street, Lynn 

Sarjeant, Eileen (E) 45 Outlook Road, Wakefield 

Schulta, Joanne (JH) 3 Cedar Avenue, Stoneham 

Sculla, Janet (B) 60 Whiting Street, Lynn 

Senibaldi, Pauline (B) 25 Marie Avenue, Everett 

Sheremuk, Anna (B) 26 Prospect Street, Lynn 

Sollitto, Donna (JH) 41 Yale Street, Medford 

Sousa, Eleanor ( B ) 83 Olney Street, Seekonk 

Spanger, Stephen (B) 33 Lakeview Avenue, Lynn 

Spoerry, Linda (E) 10 Douglas Avenue, Beverly 

Starr, Emily (JH) 258 Shirley Street, Winthrop 

Stazinski, Ronald (JH) 12 Fairvievv Street, Saugus 

Stocks, Carol (E) 75 Gould Road, Andover 

Stone, Allen ( JH ) 3 Gilmore Street, Stoneham 

Stowe, Richard (E) 43 Lawrence Street, Danvers 

Stew a, Donald (JH) 81 Summer Street, Tewksbury 

Sugarman, Sandra (E) 84 Cooledge Street, Revere 

Tanner, Joan (E) 57 Gledhill Avenue, Everett 

Tarason, Robert (JH) 16 Concord Street, Lynn 

Tardif, Caroline (B) 20 Sumner Road, Salem 

Taylor, Marilyn (B) 28 Fairview Road, Lunenburg 

Thompson, Richard (JH) 3 Rock Avenue, Swampscott 

Torrence, William (JH) 57 Coburn Street, Lynn 

Ventresco, Jeanne (E) 102 Andrews Street, Medford 

Whitcher, Robert A., Jr. (JH) .... 43 Memorial Park Avenue, Lynn 

SOPHOMORES 

Amerau, Arthur (JH) 10 Yeaman Street, Revere 

Anderson, James (JH) 138 Bellingham Avenue, Revere 

Anderson, Jeanne (B) 14 Brook Street, Manchester 

Anketell, Mary (B) 1 Huron Street, Lynn 

Apruzzese, Catherine (E) 105 Clarence Street, Everett 

Armitstead, Elizabeth ( B ) 383 Pleasant Street, Winthrop 

Aucone, John (JH) 30 Rock Avenue, Lynn 

Ball, Nancy ( E ) Second Street, Little Neck, Ipswich 

Barbuto, Carol (E) 28 Bear Hill Road, Stoneham 

Beatrice, Diana ( E ) 18 Folsom Street, Revere 

Beherrell, Sandra (JH) 745 Lowell Street, Lynnfield 

Bel val, Constance (JH) 397 Highland Avenue, Salem 

Benedetto, Marianne (B) 55 Coburn Street, Lynn 

Bennett, Ruth (B) Groton Street, East Pepperell 

Berlandi, Marie (E) 15 Union Street, Everett 



Berube, Carolyn (E) 10 Lyme Street, Salem 

Birchenouch, Janet (E) 25 Glenwood Street, Lynn 

Bishara, Jo-Ann (B) 5 Nonquit Street, Dorchester 

Bishop, Madeileine (E) 50 Westland Avenue, Saugus 

Black, Paula (E) ... 67 Elm Street, Norwood 

Bowes, Linda (JH) 19 Station Road, Salem 

Boy, Phyllis (E) 41 Winthrop Street. Everett 

Boyington, Roger (JH) 266 Crescent Avenue Revere 

Bresnahan, John M., Jr. (TH) 72 Lake Avenue, Lynn 

Bresnahan, Margaret (E) ....... 9 Phillips Circle, Swampscott 

Britchky, Barbara (E) 189 Essex Street, Maiden 

Brockelbank, Ernest (JH) . . . . . . . Wethersfield Street, Rowley 

Bruneau, Judith ( B ) RFD Perryville, Road, Dudley 

Buckley, Kathleen (JH) 148 Cherry Street, Maiden 

Cabral, Paul (E) . 27 Hardwick Street, Cambridge 

Carne, Lucile (E) 18 Hawthorne Street, Lynn 

Carnes, David P., Jr. (B) . . 17 Maine Terrace, Somerville 

Connolly, Barbara (E) 62 Belmont Street, Maiden 

Connolly, Leonard (JH) 84 Dover Street, Medford 

Connolly, Patricia (E) . 22 Kingdom Terrace, Peabody 

Cooper, Audrey (E) 759 Livingston Street, Tewksbury 

Corbett, William (JH) 8 Garfield Avenue, Revere 

Costello, Ann (B) ... 7 Capen Street, Medford 

Costello, Mary Francis (B) ...... 30 Fuller Street, Swampscott 

Cottone, Augusta (B) 477 Broadway, Methuen 

Coughlan, Sharon (JH) 46 French Street, Methuen 

Couhig, Anne ( E ) ... 23 Lovett Street, Beverly 

Creedon, Vincent (B) . 32 Robinson Street, Somerville 

Crotty, John (E) 155 Bridge Street, Salem 

Curran, Irene (E) . 54 Lovers Leap Avenue, Lynn 

Cwiklik, Ann (B) 114 Pleasant Street, Lowell 

DALLArRE, Lee (B) 13 Crombie Street, Salem 

D'Ambrosio, Roberta (E) ... 22 Loris Road, Danvers 

Darby, Rosalind, (B) . 21 Crystal Lake Drive, Sudbury 

Davidson, Elizabeth (Mrs.) (B) . . . . . Old Neck Road, Manchester 

Davis, June (E) 13 Lander Avenue, Lynn 

Dawson, Elizabeth (B) . 244 Merrimack Avenue, Dracut 

Day, Lorraine (E) 29 Tuttle Street, Saugus 

DeFillippo, Mary (E) 447 Boston Street, Lynn 

Delaney, Marilyn (B) 159 Howard Street, Reading 

^Dellacasa, Joan (B) 61 Maple Road, Melrose 

Delli Colli, Donna (E) 29 Sagamore Avenue, Medford 

DeMarco, Carol Ann (B) ....... 56 Melvin Street, Wakefield 

DeNatale, Virginia (JH) 74 Bradford Street, Everett 

DeStefano, Ralph (E) 30 Cottage Park Road, Winthrop 

Devoe, Armand (JH) 13 Geneva Street, Salem 

DiFilippo, Catherine (E) 6 Coburn Street, Lynn 

DiGiacomo, Richard (B) 43 Marston Street, Medford 

DiVirgilio, Albert (JH) 451 Broadway, Lynn 

Doherty, Susan (E) 98 Hartshorn Street, Reading 

Doherty, Terese (B) 56 Wyman Street, West Medford 

Donoghue, Kathleen (E) 65 Newcastle Road, Peabody 

Doucette, Marianne ( B ) 10 Bentley Street, Salem 

Douglas, Barbara (Mrs.) (E) 48 Parramatta Road, Beverly 

Douglass, Virginia (E) Silver Brook Road, Boxford 

Dow, Thomas (JH) 7 Jewett Street, Saugus 

Doyle, Rosemary (B) 231 Chestnut Hill Avenue, Brighton 

Drabik, Virginia (E) 264 Washington Street, Peabody 

Fairfield, Judith (E) 98 Whitin Avenue, Revere 

Farrell, Robert (JH) 84 Gov. Winthrop Road, Somerville 

Farrenkopf, Francis J., Jr. (JH) 48 Western Avenue, Saugus 



Favazza, Donna (E) 10 Granite Street, Gloucester 

Ferreira, Joyce (JH) John Parker Road, East Falmouth 

Fife, Jean ( E ) 103 Bay View Avenue, Winthrop 

Fleming, Gail (B) 54 Herschel Street, Lynn 

Ford, Patricia (E) 100 Powder House Blvd., Somerville 

Forrest, Judith (B) 26 Brookford Street, Cambridge 

Fournier, Kathleen (JH) ..... 41 Forrester Street, Newburyport 

Francesco, Carole (JH) 3 Dyer Road, Beverly Farms 

Francis, Norma (B) Carter Lane, Wilmington 

Fraser, Gail ( B ) 139 Mill Street, Foxboro 

Freeman, Marilyn (E) 26 Harwood Street, Lynn 

Gabrielson, Arnold (JH) 45 Lansing Road, Lynn 

Gagne, Dianne (JH) 112 Loring Avenue, Salem 

Gagnon, Anne Marie (E) .... .... 18 Fairview Road, Salem 

Galante, William (JH) 94 Taft Street, Revere 

Gardner, Dolores (E) 18 Chase Street, Amesbury 

Gaudreau, Janice (B) 9V2 Washington Street, Salem 

Gauthier, Ronald (E) 11 May Street, Salem 

Gentleman, Patricia (E) 499 Cabot Street, Beverly 

Gibson, Carol (B) 284 Stevens Street, Lowell 

Gilbert, Elizabeth ( E ) 221 North Forest Street, Melrose 

Girard, Margaret (E) 26 Broad Street, Newburyport 

Glass, Judith (E) 5 Gregg Street, Beverly 

Gliksman, Evelyn (E) 77 Mt. Vernon Street, Maiden 

Goodwin, Russell (JH) 10 Harris Street, Beverly 

Gouzoules, Elias (B) 22 Bellevue Road, Lynn 

Grant, Robert (B) 115 Hamilton Avenue, Lynn 

Gray, Richard (JH) 34 Emerson Street, Reading 

Griffin, Nancy (E) 14 Eagle Street, Newburyport 

Halligan, Jane (E) 151 Lawton Avenue, Lynn 

Hamilton, Judith (E) 63 Marshall Street, Medford 

Hammond, Margery (E) 57 Forest Park Road, Woburn 

Harmon, John (JH) 40 Fiske Avenue, Lynn 

Hatch, Deems (B) 25 King Street, Swampscott 

Hatch, Robert (B) 12 Purchase Street, Newburyport 

Hazell, Judith (JH) 32 Carver Street, Beverly 

Healey, James (JH) 11 Barton Street, Salem 

Heaslip, Stephen ( JH ) 7 Ritchie Road, Lynn 

Heaton, Pamela (B) 70 Neponset Heights Avenue, Foxboro 

Hennessy, Helen (E) 18 Seminary Street, Charlestown 

Heyward, Judith (B) 5 Sevinor Road, Marblehead 

Hicks, Gladys (B) 44 Spruce Street, Haverhill 

n/Hooper, Carol (JH) 51 Moffet Road, Lynn 

Horton, Dorothy (E) 5 Overlake Road, Wakefield 

Hryniewicz, Frances (B) 40 Converse Street, Palmer 

Huson, Joyce (E) 22 Woodlawn Court, Lawrence 

Hynes, Carol (E) 9 Arnold Road, Peabody 

James, Dwight (JH) 8 Beacon Boulevard, Peabody 

James, Sandra (E) 5 Berkeley Street, Peabody 

Jiadosz, Marlene (E) 184 Chestnut Street, Lynn 

Johnson, Caroline (E) 122 Boston Street, Salem 

Johnston, Frances (B) 340 Union Street, South Weymouth 

Kaden, Anita (JH) 20 Savoy Road, Salem 

Kazalski, Frances (B) 1084 Bridge Street, Lowell 

Keenan, Diane (B) 25 Roslyn Street, Salem 

Kelley, Mary Lou ( B ) 19A Harvard Street, Somerville 

Kennedy, Jeanne (B) 4 Foster Street, Gloucester 

Killilea, Jane (E) 7 Rockwell Place, Milton 

Laffey, Sheila (E) 41 Century Street, Medford 

Lagrega, Phyllis (B) 32 Washburn Avenue, Cambridge 

Laham, Janice (E) 30 Windsor Road, Medford 



Lambing, Candace (B) 702 Lowell Street, Peabody 

Lambros, Urania (E) 25 Stuart Street, Everett 

Lawson, Elaine (E) 17 Gridlestone Road, Winthrop 

Leary, Andrea (B) 27 Windsor Road, Beverly 

Leeming, Woodruff (B) Boston Road, Groton 

Leftin, Sylvia (E) 8 Coolidge Road, Danvers 

Leland, Sandra (JH) 727 Main Street, Woburn 

Lelecas, John (E) 27 Hudson Street, Lynn 

Leonard, Nancy (E) 9 Linden Avenue, Salem 

Levy, Rose (B) 22 Cottage Street, Peabody 

Licter, Sandra (E) 72 Blossom Street, Lynn 

Lillo, Frank (JH) 54 Beach Road, Revere 

Linscott, Kathleen M. (B) 83 Uxbridge Street, Lowell 

Lustig, Ingrid (E) 53 Dunlap Street, Salem 

Luz, Elizabeth (E) 8 Abington Avenue, Peabody 

Lyman, John (B) 149 Stackpole Street, Lowell 

Lynch, Alice (E) 17 Vine Street, Andover 

Lynch, Christine (E) 122 Walnut Street, Lynn 

Lyons, Constance (JH) 68 Horace Street, East Boston 

MacKinnon, Diana (E) 107 President Street, Lynn 

Maguire, Elizabeth ( E ) 244 Grand View Avenue, Winthrop 

Mahairas, Ralph (E) 41 Temple Street, Somerville 

Mann, James ( B ) 279 Chandler Street, Tewksbury 

Marder, Sheila (B) 94 Lancaster Avenue, Revere 

Martin, Anne (JH) 47 Locust Street, Lynn 

Martin, Jeffrey (B) 10 Rockwell Place, Milton 

Masoud, Janice (E) 14 Dempsey Court, Lawrence 

Mastrangelo, Sheila (E) 18 Fitzhenry Square, Revere 

Matteucci, Marie (E) 46 Autumn Street. Everett 

Mayo, Frank (JH) 31 Whittier Street, Melrose 

McBrien, Mary (E) 30 Ingalls Street, Lynn 

McCarthy, Jeanne ( E ) 137 Summer Street, Medford 

McCoy, Alan (JH) 47 Fowler Avenue, Revere 

McEnelly, Carol (E) 73 Ontario Street, Lynn 

McKinnon, Patricia (JH) 9V2 Parrott Street, Lynn 

McLaughlin, Frances (JH) 19 Haskell Street, Beverly 

McNaught, Patricia (E) 11 Girard Road, Maiden 

McNulty, Pauline (JH) 42 Woodlawn Street, Lynn 

Melia, Mary (E) 633 Hale Street, Prides Crossing 

Menesale, Alfred (E) 14 Victor Avenue, Beverly 

Mifflin, Marjorie (E) 39 Emery Street, Medford 

Minichiello, Annette ( E ) 106 Grand View Avenue, Winthrop 

Moen, Marijane (E) 54 Plymouth Avenue, Swampscott 

Monahan, Elaine (E) 99 Winthrop Street, Winthrop 

Monastess, Jeanne (E) 10 Valley Place, Medford 

Monteforte, Margaret (E) 31 Sydney Street, Medford 

Morris, Evelyn (E) . 88 Kimball Avenue, Revere 

Mozykowski, Carol (B) 58 Cottage Street, Lynn 

Mucci, Eugene (JH) 40 Mayberry Avenue, Medford 

Muise, Irene (E) 12 Lloyd Street, Lynn 

Munroe, Carolyn (E) 3 Poplar Court, Gloucester 

Munroe, George (JH) Cochrane Road, Wilmington 

Murphy, Richard (JH) 40 Dover Street, Medford 

Negri, Cecelia (E) 24 Carlton Street, Salem 

Nichols, Ronald (JH) 68 Michigan Avenue, Lynn 

Nigrelli, John ( JH ) 15 Endicott Avenue, Revere 

Noonan, Dorothy (E) . . . . 132 Harvard Street, Everett 

Nugent, Arthur (E) 755 Saratoga Street, East Boston 

O'Brien, Maureen (B) 23 Breed Street, East Boston 

O'Neil, John (JH) 83 Endicott Avenue, Revere 

Owens, Katherine (E) 8 Willow Place, Maiden 



Pacione, Charlotte (E) 140 Woodland Street, Lawrence 

Painchaud, Reanne (E) 20 Stone Street, Beverly 

Pappo, Gwendolyn (JH) 229 Pearl Street, Maiden 

Parker, Claire (E) 22 Kernwood Drive, Lynn 

Peach, Robert (JH) _ 4 Baldwin Place, Everett 

Peatman, Norma (E) 46 Cutler Road, Andover 

Pecevich, Sandra (B) 9 Winter Island Road, Salem 

Pelonzi, Judith (E) 7 Priscilla Road, Beverly 

Petersen, Carl (JH) . 34 Maverick Street, Marblehead 

Philpot, Betsy (JH) 41 Rowell, Avenue, Beverlv 

Phinney, Paul ( B ) Jewett Street, Pepperell 

Pierce, Judith (B) . . . . . . . . . . 24 St. Ann's Avenue, Peabody 

Pietryka, Jane (B) Franklin Street, Bondsville 

Piro, Vincent (E) . 483 Medford Street, Somerville 

Plant, Elizabeth (E) 139 Warren Street, Medford 

Porcello, Catherine (JH) liy 2 Pearl Street, Salem 

Potopinsky, Andrea (E) Blueberry Road, Marblehead 

Powers, Kathleen (E) 6 Harris Street, Beverly 

Powers, Linda (E) 12 Rowell Avenue, Beverly 

Powers, Ruth (E) 55 Adams Street, Medford 

Preston, Stephen E., Jr. (E) . . . . . . 16 Bowdoin Street, Somerville 

Principato, Jeanne (B) 5 Blaine Street, Maiden 

Proto, Louise (E) 9 Barstow Street, Maiden 

Purcell, James (JH) 35 Loring Street, Lawrence 

Randall, Frederick (JH) 19 Conant Street, Danvers 

Randell, Carol (E) . 20 West Street, N. Wilmington 

Rapoza, Dianne (B) Crocker Road, East Falmouth 

Raymond, Andrea (E) 16 Lowell Street, Beverly 

Reilly, Maryellen (E) 15 Carter Terrace, Somerville 

Renzie, Sylvia ( E ) 20 West Dane Street, Beverly 

Riley, Daniel (E) 103 Pleasant Street, Woburn 

Roche, Robert (JH) 21 Perkins Street, Peabody 

Roche, Timothy B., Jr. (JH) 33 Warren Street, Peabody 

Romanchuk, Jean (E) 24 Green Street, Lynnfield 

Romeo, Gail (JH) 83 Haviland Avenue, Lynn 

Ruddock, Marion (JH) 7 Nelson Street, Lynn 

Russell, William, Jr. (B) 333 Chestnut Street, Lynn 

Salerno, Richard (B) 8 Seagirt Avenue, Saugus 

Sanborn, Leota (E) 146 Church Street, Wilmington 

Sannella, Frederick ( JH ) 126 Mountain Avenue, Revere 

Sayles, Lorna (E) 12 Fairfield Street, Medford 

Scanlan, Kathleen (E) 25 Hyde Street, Revere 

Scanzilla, Carol ( E ) 92 Russell Street, Everett 

Schlegel, Karen (JH) 71 Lawrence Street, Maiden 

Senibaldi, Marie (E) 25 Marie Avenue, Everett 

Serra, Josephine ( E ) 642 Fulton Street, Medford 

Shea, Maureen (E) 76 Coolidge Road, Lynn 

Sheehan, Nancy (JH) 27 Lee Street, Salem 

Shepherd, David (JH) 72 Magnolia Road, Swampscott 

Sherriff, Stephen (JH) 41 Bixby Street, Revere 

Shore, Carol (B) 162 Shurtleff Street, Chelsea 

Smith, Corrine (E) 286 High Street, Medford 

Smith, Paul (B) 27 Oak Ridge Road, Lynn 

Smith, Russell (JH) 20 Cross Street, Beverly 

Soucy, Margaret (E) 19 Mansfield Place, Lynn 

Spakas, Donna (E) 16 Pickering Street, Danvers 

Spinney, Edward (JH) 27 Clark Street, Salem 

Sprague, Susan (JH) 23 Clark Street, Danvers 

Spraker, K. Melody (E) 231 Forest Street, Maiden 

Stefanski, Sandra (JH) 15 Boardman Street, Salem 

Stokes, Ellen (B) 55 St. Andrew Road, East Boston 



Stone, Beatrice (JH) 271 Hale Street, Beverly 

St. Paul, Reynold (|H) 605 Ma'in Street, Medford 

Sullivan, John ( JH) 10 Road B. Everett 

Sullivan, Karen (E) 62 Bennett Street, Everett 

Sweeney, Lucille (E) 34 Buffum Street, Salem 

Swiniarski, Ann (E) Rear 154 Water Street, Danvers 

Sybil, Lorraine (E) 7 Daly Road, Medford 

Szostak, Joan (E) 155 Woodland Street, Lawrence 

Szymanski, Linda (B) 17 North Street, Medway 

Tammany, Elizabeth (JH) 21 Burnham Road, Andover 

Tansey, Mary (E) 10 Saville Street, Cambridge 

Taramino, Nancy (E) 62 Abbott Avenue, Everett 

Tardiff, Sandra (E) 34 Moffatt Road, Salem 

Thibodeau, Carole (E) 21 Riverview Avenue, Beverly 

Thistle, M. Frances (JH) .... ....4 Fosdick Terrace, Lynn 

Thompson, Richard (JH) 15 Peach Highlands, Marblehead 

Tivnan, Mary Ellen (E) 19 Manning Street, Salem 

Turco, Gail (JH) 168 Willis Avenue, Medford 

Twohig, Kathleen (E) 25 Fay Street, Lynn 

Ulfo, Robert (JH) 388 Chatham Street, Lynn 

Vose, Wayne (JH) 82 Fountain Street, Haverhill 

Voyer, Mary (E) 16 Briggs Street, Salem 

Waksmonski, Joan (E) 68 Linden Street, Salem 

Walsh, Edward (B) 11 Silk Street, Chelsea 

Walsh, Elizabeth (JH) 4 North Court, Salem 

Walsh, Irene (E) 7 Jefferson Street, Cambridge 

Ward, John (B) 66 Proctor Street, Salem 

Waron, Carol (E) 4 Ash Street, Peabody 

vWatson, Robert (B) 107 New Park Street, Lynn 

Webber, Kenneth (JH) 60 Jefferson Street, Newburyport 

Weber, Ann (E) 32 Standish Road, Lynn 

Wong, Henry (JH) 49 North Street, Salem 

Young, Alicia (JH) 5 Summit Street, Salem 

Zahn, Eleanor (JH) 16 Merrill Road, Marblehead 

Zarohian, Lois (JH) 1 Willson Road, Salem 

Ziavras, Katherine ( E ) 69 Hanover Street, Lynn 

Zuk, Dorothy (JH) 89 Water Street, Danvers 

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Abbott, Kathleen (B) 99 Webster Street, Arlington 

Agganis, George (JH) 87 Cottage Street, Lynn 

Altaville, Marie (E) 549 Broadway, Revere 

Amidon, Robert (B) 31 Summer Drive, Saugus 

Arruda, Joan (E) 93 Russell Street, Woburn 

Ashe, Diane ( E ) 28 N. Shetland Road, Danvers 

Atwood, Walter F., Ill (B) Pine Street, Housatonic 

Bailey, Eilene (E) 234 Main Street, Rowley 

Baker, Donald R., Jr. (E) 109 Jefferson Street, Lynn 

Ballou, James (JH) 128 Woodlawn Street, Lynn 

Barbeau, Paul (E) 34 Forrester Street, Salem 

Barnard, Gloria (B) 34 Sanderson Avenue, Lynn 

Barr, Susan (B) Spencer Road, Oakham 

Barrett, Raymond I., Jr. (JH) 16 Miller Place, Lynn 

Barry, Marilyn ( B ) 130 Washington Street, Methuen 

Barry, Maureen (B) 11 Pearson Avenue, Somerville 

Barry, Nancy (E) 11 Adams Street, Winthrop 

Barton, Barbara (E) 60 Laurel Street, Lynn 

Bateman, Joseph F., Jr. (JH) 526 Andover Street, Lawrence 

Belanger, Kenneth (jH) 162 Highland Avenue, Salem 

Bellino, Charlotte (E) 7 Adams Street, Charlestown 

Berger, V. Maureen ( E ) 52 Seventh Street, Medford 



Bevilacoua, Joseph (B) 11 Gowing Boad, W. Wilmington 

Bick, Melissa (JH) 9 Sunset Boad, Salem 

Birmingham, Mary (JH) 15 School Street, Peabody 

Blackler, Joan (E) 12 Park Street, Danvers 

Blangeard, Elaine ( E ) 86 Norwich Circle, Medford 

Bono, Francis (JH) 85 Bow Street, Everett 

Bordetsky, David ( B ) 43 Dashwood Street, Bevere 

Bordonaro, Marie (E) 170 Lincoln Boad, Medford 

Bouchard, Ann ( Mrs. ) ( E ) 4 Hillcrest Boad, Danvers 

Bouchie, Mary Louise (B) 2A Alpena Avenue, Woburn 

Boushell, James ( B ) 9 Oakdale Boad, Canton 

Bowden, Carole (JH) 9 Aborn Street, Peabody 

Boyle, Catherine (E) 181 Marianna Street, Lynn 

Brenner, Barry (B) 9 Surf side Boad, Lynn 

Brett, David ( B ) 89 Bedington Street, Swampscott 

Brown, Joan (B) Grove Street, Norwell 

Buckley, Bosemarie (E) 544 Haverhill Street, Beading 

Bullerwell, Donald (JH) 144 Brookline Street, Lvnn 

Burke, Mary (E) 39 Willard Street, Chelsea 

Burns, John (B) 11 Belleview Avenue, Salem 

Burns, Judith (B) 100 Belchertown Street, Three Bivers 

Burton, Francis (JH) 400 Winthrop Avenue, Bevere 

Butler, Joanne (E) 16 School Street, Beverly 

Caffrey, Jeanne ( JH ) 532 Haverhill Street, Lawrence 

Callahan, Mary (E) 22 Nichols Avenue, Lynn 

Cameron, Donna (E) 9 Longwood Avenue, Saugus 

Capadaqua, Armand ( JH ) 5 Parsons Drive, Swampscott 

Capezza, Anthony (JH) 54 Paine Street, Winthrop 

Cardarelli, Marie (E) 49 Fells Avenue, Medford 

Carey, Nancy (E) 16 Kosciusko Street, Peabody 

Carey, William (E) 183 High Street, Newburyport 

Carney, Jane (E) 20 Barr Street, Salem 

Carpenter, Janice (B) Kinsley Lane, Mendon 

Carter, Elizareth (E) 104 Park Avenue, Arlington 

Caruso, Francesca ( E ) 4 Columbia Boad, Danvers 

Cashman, Dianne (E) 40 Lansing Boad, Lynn 

Cassarjian, Conrad (JH) 8 Maiden Street, Everett 

Cassell, David ( JH) 33 Prospect Street, Marblehead 

Cause, Frank ( E ) 1 Curtis Boad, Saugus 

Caverly, Nancy (B) 42 School Street, Hamilton 

Cawley, James H., Jr. (JH) 227 Gorham Street, Lowell 

Chute, Nancy (B) 57 Fort Avenue, Salem 

Clancy, Catherine (E) 64 Tremont Street, Salem 

Clark, William ( E ) 7 Williams Street, Salem 

Clarke, Cynthia (E) 40 Walter Street, Salem 

Clarke, Jeanne (E) 27 Shaw Boad, Swampscott 

Clements, Gail (JH) County Boad, Ipswich 

Clermont, Joan (B) 15 Notch Boad, Adams 

Cogan, Patricia (B) 30V2 Auburn Street, Woburn 

Collins, Barbara (E) 16 Dunlap Street, Salem 

Collins, Kerry (E) 40 Cushman Avenue, Bevere 

Collyer, Kenneth (B) 6 Hobbs Boad, Medford 

Conley, Joan (B) 117 Lake View Avenue, Lynn 

Connolly, Joyce (JH) 12 Winter Street, Saugus 

Connors, Kathleen (E) 20 St. Mary Street, Maiden 

Cooney, John (E) 9 Thompson Circle, Lynn 

Corliss, William (B) 2 Bow Street, Wellesley Hills 

Cornforth, Noreen (B) 24 Belleview Avenue, Salem 

Costa, Albert (JH) 7 Silver Lake Place, Lynn 

Cote, Claudette (E) 19 Margin Terrace, Peabody 

Cotoia, Anthony (JH) 33 Wall Street, Everett 



Cotter, Gertrude (B) 40 Madison Avenue, Winthrop 

Cotti, Eleanor ( B ) 2 Devon Avenue, Beverly 

Cowles, William (JH) 106 Colon Street, Beverly 

Crawford, Donna ( B ) 82 Otis Street, Winthrop 

Cronin, David (B) 22 Marjorie Road, Wilmington 

Cullity, Claire ( B ) 324 Highland Street, So. Hamilton 

Curtin, David (E) 116 High Street, Everett 

Damelio, Richard (JH) 3 Ridgewood Road, Maiden 

Davy, Louise ( E ) 15 Mystic Avenue, Winchester 

Deary, Maureen ( B ) 3 Stanwood Street, Lynn 

Delviks, Helga ( E ) 5 Ocean Street, Manchester 

DePiero, Richard (B) 5 Gage Street, Beverly 

Dergay, Theresa (B) . 28 Van Norden Road, Reading 

DeRobertis, Philip (B) 421 Essex Street, Swampscott 

DeVeer, Rosemary (B) 790 Fells wav, Medford 

Dietch, Stephen (E) 58 Florence Avenue, Revere 

Doherty, James (JH) 12 Park View Road, Everett 

Doherty, Michael (B) 93 Crest Avenue, Revere 

Dolan, Peter (E) 39 Leach Street, Salem 

Doody, Carol (E) 7 Lonsdale Street, Dorchester 

Dorsey, Marie ( B ) 33 Horan Way, Jamaica Plain 

Drago, Mary (E) 329 Beacon Street, Somerville 

Draper, Donald (JH) 187 Lowell Street, Peabody 

Dube, Rita ( E ) 22A Wisteria Street, Salem 

Dubuque, Rosemary (E) 9 Beede Avenue, Lynn 

Duchene, Nancy (JH) 37 Greenway Road, Salem 

Dudley, Joseph E., Jr. (JH) 7 Taft Road, Salem 

Duffy, Marie (E) 15 Conant Street, Salem 

Duggan, Gerald (B) 588 High Street, Lowell 

Dumas, James, Jr. (E) 177 Morrison Avenue, Somerville 

Durant, John F., Jr. (E) 164 Russell Street, Everett 

Dwyer, Maura (E) 172 Aspen Road, Swampscott 

Dzierzak, Corinne (E) 38 Martinack Avenue, Peabody 

Eaton, Richard ( B ) 76 Sheridan Street, Lynn 

Eisenhaur, Jon (E) 20 Sunnyside Avenue, Saugus 

Ellis, Agnes ( E ) 39 Wyoming Avenue, Maiden 

Ellis, Elaine ( E ) 14 Clark Street, Saugus 

Ellison, William (E) 263 Eastern Avenue, Lynn 

Eng, Dorothy (E) 27 Charter Street, Salem 

Esposito, Ralph (JH) 660 River Street, Haverhill 

Fabello, Constance (E) 41 English Street, Salem 

Farnham, Leslie ( E ) 42 Wyman Street, Medford 

Farrell, Elaine (E) 56 Eleanor Street, Chelsea 

Farrington, David (B) 11 Waterside Road, Marblehead 

Featherstone, Barbara (B) Old Neck Road, Manchester 

Feeley, Grace (E) 24 Pearl Street, Amesbury 

Feilteau, Eileen ( JH ) 40 Lambert Avenue, Lynn 

Fieldstein, Stephen ( E ) 15 Thornton Street, Revere 

Fine, Roberta (E) 247 Cross Street, Maiden 

Finegan, Marilyn (E) 446 Ferry Street, Everett 

Finegan, Ruth (B) 446 Ferry Street, Everett 

Fitzpatrick, Susan (B) 60 North Street, Methuen 

Flynn, Kathleen (E) 46 Windsor Street, Everett 

Fleming, Julie (E) 3 Walcott Street, Peabody 

Foley, Barbara (E) 86 Electric Avenue, Somerville 

Foley, Marcia ( JH ) 14 Masconomet Road, Ipswich 

Fortini, John (E) 14 Thurman Street, Everett 

Fortune, Marin (|H) 9 Dalton Street, Newburyport 

Fox, Mary (JH) 80 Lowell Street, Peabody 

Foye, James E. (E) 439 Winthrop Street, Winthrop 

Francis, Robert (B) 58-16th Avenue, Haverhill 



Frederickson, Anne (JH) 20 Edgemere Road, Lynn 

Freeman, Edmund }. (JH) 155 Chestnut Street, Chelsea 

Fugere, Kathleen A. (B) 95 Broadway, Salem 

Galante, Donna M. (B) 195 Central Street, Saugus 

Ganem, Mary (E) 371 Medford Street, Somerville 

Gardella, Louise (E) 1 Bellevue Road, Swampscott 

Gasperoni, Alfred W., Jr. (JH) 20 Appleton Avenue, Beverly 

Gaudet, John H. (E) 37 Brimblecom Street, Lynn 

Gauthier, Dolores (JH) 69 Pickman Street, Salem 

Gershfield, Cynthia (E) 126 Nichols Street, Everett 

Giuliano, Joseph R. (E) 55 Adams Avenue, Everett 

Glendye, Robert ( E ) 2 Hazel Place, Lawrence 

Golditch, Philip (E) 150 Pomona Street, Revere 

Goodman, Leslie ( JH ) 31 Highland Avenue, Saugus 

Goodman, Linda ( JH) 26 Parker Street, Saugus 

Goodrow, Gloria A. (JH) 13 North Shore Avenue, Danvers 

Goodwin, Joanne F. (B) 51 Marshland Street, Haverhill 

Gordon, Lawrence (JH) 13 Violet Road, Peabody 

Gordon, Nancy ( E ) 75 Bucknam Street, Everett 

Gravini, Joseph (E) 29 Rosedale Avenue, Everett 

Grina, Louise E. (E) . 10 So. Warren Street, Bradford 

Guerrette, Carol (E) 238 Loring Avenue, Salem 

Guerrette, Paul (JH) 238 Loring Avenue, Salem 

Haberland, Mark ( B ) Stanwood Avenue, Gloucester 

Haley, Mary Ellen (E) 4 Court Street, Newburyport 

Hamilton, Gail (E) 15 Columbus Avenue, Beverly 

Harrington, Dennis ( JH ) 5 Central Street, Beverly 

Harty, Kathleen (E) . 217 College Avenue, Somerville 

Hatheway, Jayne (E) 48 Green Street, Newbury 

Ha we, Maureen (E) 62 Dartmouth Street, Everett 

Hayward, Elaine (E) 9 High Street, Stoneham 

Heckman, Anita ( B ) 86 Hermon Street, Winthrop 

Hegan, William F., Jr. (JH) . . . . . . 24 Rockdale Avenue, Peabody 

Hemenway, William (B) 84 Corning Street, Beverly 

Henderson, Marie (E) 169 Loring Avenue, Salem 

Henry, Elaine ( E ) 195 Burrill Street, Swampscott 

Herlihy, Ellen (E) 34 Millard Avenue, Lynn 

Hickey, Helena (E) 48 Harrison Drive, Peabody 

Hickey, Thomas (JH) 12 Dowse Street, Everett 

Holland, Mary Jane ( E ) 7. Woodbury Drive, Beverly 

Hooper, Barbara (JH) 10 Glendale Street, Salem 

Imbimbo, Mary ( JH ) 61 McKinley Street, Revere 

ackson, Lee (E) 267 Salem Street, Maiden 

ackson, Winifred ( B ) 47 Neptune Street, Lynn 

acques, Robert ( JH ) 94 Hale Street, Beverlv 

' odz, William ( JH ) 17 Topsfield Road, Ipswich 

ohnson, Richard (JH) 161 Essex Street, Lynnfield 

Kaleta, Carol A. (E) 32 Oakes Street, Everett 

Kaminski, Walter (JH) 48 Winslow Road, Reading 

Kelley, Brenda (E) 56 Belmont Street, Maiden 

Kelley, Nancy (B) South Pamet Road, Truro 

Kelly, Ellen (E) 585 Broadway, Somerville 

Kennedy, Susan (E) 30 North Border Road, Winchester 

Kenny, Ellen (E) 25 Walker Street, Somerville 

Kent, Susan (E) 84 Pine Street, Danvers 

Khoury, Marilyn (E) 533 Hampshire Street, Lawrence 

Kiely, Karen (JH) 6 Merrill Road, Marblehead 

King, Karen (B) Main Street, Ashburnham 

Kline, Judith (E) 37 Central Avenue. Gloucester 

Korumpas, Dennis (JH) 38 Memorial Drive, Salem 

Kozik, Helena (B) 44 Palmer Street, Three Rivers 



Krikorian, Anne (B) 63 Bromfield Street, Lawrence 

Lane, Marianne (E) 74 Franklin Street, Peabody 

Larnard, Mary (JH) 34 Powow Street, Amesbury 

Larson, Dennis (JH) 14 Robert Road, Danvers 

Lattanzio, Carolyn (E) 110 Clark Street, Everett 

Lauinger, Veronica (E) 49 Fremont Avenue, Chelsea 

Lawler, Judith (E) . 11 Elmira Avenue, Newburyport 

Lawlor, Dolores (B) 25 Eliza Lane, Creen field 

Lawrence, Paul (B) 14 Broad Street, Peabody 

Leahy, Francis X., Jr. (E) . . . Jerdens Lane, Rockport 

LeGault, Ronald (JH) 1 Fenno Way, Nahant 

Lepore, Linda (E) 44 Carey Avenue, Revere 

Lerner, Barbara (JH) 25 Oak Street, Peabody 

Lewey, Martha (E) 49 Fremont Avenue, Everett 

Lewis, Linda (E) 36 Surfside Road, Lynn 

Linskey, Patricia ( E ) 8 Loring Avenue, Salem 

Lodge, Andrea (E) . 19 Tolland Road, No. Andover 

Loiselle, Robert (JH) 26 West Dane Street, Beverly 

Lomanno, Dominic (JH) . 66 Bellingham Avenue, Revere 

Lovell, John (JH) 39 Brookings Street, Medford 

Lowe, John (JH) 11 Tremont Place, Peabody 

Luchans, Barbara (E) 58 Fayette Street, Cambridge 

Luciano, Dorothy (B) 78 Butler Street, Revere 

Lydeard, Lorraine ( E ) 33 Anna Road, Woburn 

Lynch, John (JH) 149 Boston Street, Salem 

Lynch, William (JH) 377 Broadway, Lynn 

Lyons, Robert (JH) 80 Jones Street, Revere 

Maestranzi, Rita (E) 26 Pleasant Avenue, Saugus 

Mageary, Rita ( E ) 38 Story Avenue, Lynn 

Maistrellis, Rita (JH) 62 Andover Street, Peabody 

Makela, Mary (B) 40 Ellsworth Road, Peabody 

Malfitano, Anthony (E) 687 Washington Avenue, Revere 

Malkin, Rhoda (E) 193 Maple Street, Maiden 

Maloof, Raymond (B) 284 Roslindale Avenue, Roslindale 

Mancini, Ralph (E) 150 Blossom Street, Lynn 

Mander, Marilyn (E) 55 Pitcher Avenue, Medford 

Marble, Norman ( f H ) 15 Cushing Street, Amesbury 

Marcott, Elizabeth (E) 8 Mt. Vernon Street, Marblehead 

Marmen, Thomas (JH) 21 School Street, Beverly 

Marquis, Carolyn (E) 5 Clifton Avenue, Marblehead 

Marraffa, Margaret (E) 6 Vale Street, Salem 

Marshall, John (E) 14 Upham Street, Peabody 

Martin, Edward (E) 14 Davenport Street, Haverhill 

Martinoli, John ( JH ) 20 Pleasant Street, Revere 

Martone, Nancy (JH) 22 Hancock Road, Maiden 

Marzec, Theresa (B) 38 Linden Street, Lynn 

Mason, Alan (JH) 2 Woodlawn Street, Amesbury 

Mathews, David (JH) 52 Adams Avenue, Saugus 

Mavragis, Harry ( JH ) 38 Sohier Road, Beverlv 

McCauley, David (JH) 20 Buck Street, Woburn 

McCrudden, Sheila ( E ) 8 Pierce Street, Revere 

McDonald, Charles ( B ) 15 Buxton Lane, Peabody 

McDonough, Rosemary (E) 123 Lafayette Road, Salisbury 

McGrane, James (JH) 211 Princeton Street, East Boston 

McGrath, Joan (E) 286 Eastern Avenue, Lynn 

McGuinness, Richard (JH) 11 Wentworth Place, Lynn 

McIlroy, Larry (JH) 43A Taft Avenue, Winthrop 

McSweeney, James ( B ) 24 Bellflower Street, Lexington 

Mercaldi, Robert ( JH ) 5 Evelyn Road, Beverly 

Messa, Carol (E) 678 Salem Street, So. Croveland 

Miceli, Anna (E) 209 Willow Avenue, W. Somerville 



Michaud, Paulette (E) 11 Belleau Road, Salem 

Millea, Ellen (E) 22 Webber Avenue, Beverly 

Minichiello, Ralph (JH) .3 Granite Street, Salem 

Molinaux, Patricia (E) 39 Fremont Avenue, Everett 

Moore, Judith (E) . 249 Riverside Avenue, Medford 

Moran, Grace (E) 39 Reservoir Avenue, Revere 

Morgan, Robert (JH) 76 Eastern Avenue, Maiden 

Morse, John (JH) . 43 Brackenberry Lane, Beverly 

Murphy, Francis ( B ) 15 Summer Street, Peabody 

Murphy, Michael (JH) 30 Empire Street, Lynn 

Murphy, William ( B ) . . . . . . . . 8 Morton Street, North Andover 

Murray, Virginia (E) . 1001 Winthrop Avenue, Revere 

Myers, William D. (B) 34 Circuit Road, Medford 

Myers, William J. (JH) 25 Wilson Street, Revere 

Myslinski, Jean (E) 32 Summit Avenue, Salem 

Nelson, Jane (E) 11 Putnam Road, Revere 

Nestor, Dorothy (B) 2 Forrester Street, Salem 

Newman, Janet ( E ) 10 Warner Street, Salem 

Nicolo, Christine (B) 18 Story Avenue, Beverly 

Nichols, Virginia (JH) 11 Winter Street, Nahant 

Nicholson, Patricia (JH) . . 79 W. Neptune Street, Lynn 

Nimblett, James (JH) . 37 Prospect Avenue, Winthrop 

Normand, William (JH) 25 Atlantic Avenue, Beverly 

Norton, Marcia ( B ) . . . 137 Fort Avenue, Salem 

Notemeyer, Carol (E) 45 Douglas Road, Medford 

Nowicki, Jane (E) 35 Salem Street, Bradford 

O'Brien, Cornelia (E) 32 Auburn Street, Maiden 

O'Brien, Kathleen ( E ) 15 Leonard Street, Somerville 

O'Connell, Marysue (E) 32 Maple Street, Maiden 

Ogasian, Marie (E) 10 Adams Street, Danvers 

O'Keefe, Elaine (E) 8IV2 Proctor Street, Salem 

O'Neil, Maureen (E) 451 Bennington Street, East Boston 

Padre, Alicia (E) 48 Reynard Street, Gloucester 

Paiva, Rosemary ( B ) 14 Wildwood Avenue, E. Bridgewater 

Palermo, Connie (E) 52 Watts Street, Chelsea 

Pantano, JoXn (E) 4 Lorenzo Street, Dorchester 

Pantazelos, Anna (E) 18 Curvvin Circle, Lynn 

Paracchi, Dorothy (E) 29 Grant Street, Somerville 

Pavlis, Maria (E) 605 Boston Street, Lynn 

Pepin, Richard (B) 16 Summer Street, Beverly 

Peroni, John (B) 118 Bennington Street, East Boston 

Perry, Barbara (E) 7 Granite Street, Cambridge 

Perry, Joseph (JH) 7 Granite Street, Cambridge 

Picano, Maria (E) 137 Sheppard Street, Lynn 

Pignone, Joyce (E) 61 Grant Street, Somerville 

Pistone, Diane (E) . 42 Greenville Street, Somerville 

Poor, Roger ( B ) 59 Oakwood Avenue, Lynn 

Quinn, Dennis (JH) 760 Hale Street, Beverly Farms 

Radin, Prisctlla ( E ) 12 Perkins Avenue, Maiden 

Ranere, Denise (E) 46 Viske Street, Revere 

Reardon, Paula (E) 91 West Street, Maiden 

Reidy, Rosemary ( E ) 7 Trenton Street, East Boston 

Rellly, Maryann (E) 32 Smith Street, Marblehead 

Reinfuss, John (JH) 56 Bay State Road, Lynn 

Reynolds, Francis (JH) 827 Canterbury Street, Roslindale 

Richardson, Maureen (JH) 74 Gellineau Street, Maiden 

Rideout, Carol ( B ) Winter Island Road, Salem 

Riley, Joseph II ( E ) 103 Pleasant Street, Woburn 

Roberts, Linda (B) . . 463 Lowell Street, Lynnfield 

Roberts, Lucie (B) 463 Lowell Street, Lynnfield 

Robertson, Donna Lee (JH) 39 Vine Street, Saugus 



Rollinson, Sheila (E) 9 Autumn Street, Lynn 

Rosa, Edward (JH) 97 Shurtleff Street, Chelsea 

Rose, Nelson (B) 31 Dale Street, Revere 

Ross, Carolyn (E) .57 Broadway, Lynn 

Rowe, Wesley ( JH ) 17 Lincoln Street, Salem 

Ruszkowski, Robert (JH) , . 91 Baldwin Avenue, Everett 

Ryan, Catherine (E) 92 High Street, Danvers 

Rynkowski, William J., Jr. (JH) 7 Harmony Street, Salem 

Sarno, Arthur (JH) 47 Greenville Street, Somerville 

Savosik, Dennis (B) Ill Orange Street, Chelsea 

Shattuck, Janice (E) 41 Wolcott Street, Everett 

Shaughnessey, John (JH) 759 Highland Avenue, Maiden 

Shauffer, Barbara (E) 21 Cheriton Road, Quincy 

Shea, Dorothy (B) 315 Windsor Street, Cambridge 

Sherry, Anne ( E ) 25 Walter Street, Lynn 

SnoMAN, Eric ( JH) 70 Bellingham Street, Chelsea 

Sirois, Rose (E) R160 Hobart Street, Danvers 

Slattery, Frances (E) 293 Forest Street, Maiden 

Slawecki, Sophie (B) 40 Sturtevant Avenue, Norwood 

Smith, Carolyn ( B ) 29 Ocean Avenue, Lynn 

Smith, Margot ( B ) Roxbury Drive, Littleton 

Smith, Thomas ( B ) 61 Putnam Street, Beverly 

Soterapoulos, Elaine ( JH ) 73 Lawton Avenue, Lynn 

Spina, Guy (JH) 276 Princeton Street, East Boston 

Spirito, Vincent (E) 59 Collins Street, Lynn 

Stafford, Priscilla (E) 177 Federal Street, Salem 

Stahl, Elsde ( E ) 75 Elmwood Street, Revere 

Stanley, Carol (E) 14 Witt Street, Lynn 

Stefanski, Martha (JH) 15 Boardman Street, Salem 

Sterling, Reisa (E) 15 Crescent Avenue, Chelsea 

Stone, Rosalind (E) 15 Bay View Avenue, Swampscott 

Strachan, Fred (B) 16 West Court Terrace, Arlington 

Strunk, Lorraine (E) 14 Garfield Avenue, Medford 

Sturtevant, Janet (B) 15 Burdett Road, Lynn 

Sullivan, Thomas L., Jr. (JH) 74 Federal Street, Revere 

Swan, Richard 28 Clinton Street, Lynn 

Sweeney, John (B) 112 Tremont Street, Peabody 

Sweeney, Lawrence (JH) 1 Ontario Street, Lynn 

Tassinari, Anthony (JH) 8 Essex Street, Amesbury 

Teague, Robert (JH) 3 Chapman Street, Beverly 

Teal, Marilyn (E) 12 Eade Street, Lynn 

Thelen, Susan (E) 48 Pleasant Street, Marblehead 

Thurmond, Douglas ( JH) Chandler Street, Tewksbury 

Tierney, William (B) 29 Garden Terrace, Salem 

Tjanos, Maryann (B) 21 New Street, Haverhill 

Tomashefsky, Janina (E) 707 Summer Street, Lynn 

Tranfaglia, Anthony ( B ) 16 Crest Avenue, Revere 

Trodden, Nancy (E) 58 Grace Street, Maiden 

Tuccolo, Michael (JH) 184 River Street, Haverhill 

Tully, Sheila ( JH) . . 16 Martin Street, Marblehead 

Turmenne, Edward ( E ) . 195 Beacon Hill Avenue, Lynn 

Twomey, Rosemary (E) 20 Buchanan Circle, Lynn 

Ulbin, Barbara (E) 2 Laconia Avenue, Saugus 

Urnikis, Barbara (B) 15 Morris Street, Lynn 

Vaccaro, Richard (E) 59 Shurtleff Street, Revere 

Valente, Jana ( E ) 131 Cottage Street, Lynn 

Vandi, Carolyn (JH) 386 Rantoul Street, Beverly 

Vincent, Bruce (E) . 86 Kernwood Avenue, Beverly 

Von Handorf, Karl ( JH) 96 Franklin Avenue. Chelsea 

Wallace, Susan ( E ) 4 Turnbull Avenue, Wakefield 



Walsh, Ann Marie (E) 37 Walnut Street, Everett 

Walsh, Thomas ( JH ) 40 Rantoul Street, Beverly 

Ware, Rorert (B) 36 Ash Street, Chelsea 

Waters, Jeffrey ( B ) . 18 Spruce Road, Lynn 

Watkins, Sharon (E) ,59 Walnut Street, Lynnfield 

Watman, Judith ( JH ) 201A Chatham Street, Lynn 

West, Susan ( E ) 7 Churchill Avenue, Arlington 

Wheeler, Elizareth (E) 55 Central Street, Concord 

White, Daniel ( JH) 6 Pocahontas Road, Tewksbury 

Willis, Dorothy ( JH ) 8 Intervale Road, Salem 

Wilson, Nancy (E) 48 Chipman Street, Medford 

Workman, Leslie (E) 30 Cordis Street, Wakefield 

Yankowsky, Lynda (E) Ill Fremont Avenue, Everett 

Young, Donald ( JH ) 13 Forest Street, Maiden 

Young, Leroy (E) 289 Washington Street, Lynn 

Yuill, Nancy (E) 46 Michigan Avenue, Lynn 

Zarriskie, Derorah (E) 23 Tyng Street, Newburyport 

Zaleskas, Carol (B) 46 Kensington Avenue, Bradford 

Zuriel, Edward (JH) 28 Pleasant Street, Beverly 

Zwiercan, Carol (E) 6 Fairmount Street, Salem 

SPECIAL STUDENTS 

Barry, Jane (Mrs.) (E) 58 Kiernan Road, Reading 

Benevento, Nunzio (JH) 858 Broadway, Chelsea 

Blair, Mardz (Mrs.) (B) 48 Rainbow Terrace, Salem 

Bradley, James (B) 6 Vandergrift Street, Lawrence 

Bunce, Mildred (JH) 468 Washington Street, Haverhill 

Chin, Virginia (E) 61 Putnam Street, Beverly 

Chisholm, Alma (E) 318 Winthrop Street, Medford 

DeSilva, Ronald (JH) 25 Lambert Street, Revere 

DiSarcina, Gennaro (E) 19 Rossmore Street, Somerville 

Doyle, Mary (E) 43 Joy Road, Maiden 

Duffill, Madeline (E) 191 Center Street, Danvers 

Duffy, James (JH) 5 Hillside Avenue, Salem 

Ephraim, Henry (B) 7 St. Elmo Road, Worcester 

Fallon, Kathleen ( JH ) 76 Sunnyside Avenue, Winthrop 

Farrell, Rorert (E) 84 Gov. Winthrop Road, Somerville 

Fay, Annie (E) 14 Minot Street, Wakefield 

Flaxer, Pauline (Mrs.) (JH) 12 Hancock Street, Salem 

Fleming, Gail (B) 54 Herschel Street, Lynn 

Foye, James ( JH) 59 Prince Street, Lowell 

Fullerton, Diane (B) 325 Central Street, Saugus 

Hawryluk, Joseph (JH) 12 Hersey Street, Salem 

HmscH, Carole (E) 215 Grovers Avenue, Winthrop 

Hutchins, Charles (JH) 7 Jordan Avenue, Lawrence 

Kardaris, Daniel (JH) 9 Bow Street, Salem 

Kilroy, John (B) 11 Roseville Square, Lynn 

Kuell, Martha (B) 6 Wyman Road, Marblehead 

Lee, Una (Mrs.) (E) Ballast Lane, Marblehead 

Lind, Rorert ( E ) 219 Highland Avenue, Maiden 

Lowry, Laurence (JH) 47 Moynihan Road, Hamilton 

Lustig, Rita (E) 53 Dunlop Street, Salem 

Maginnis, Arthur ( JH ) 143 Andover Street, Lawrence 

Mallon, Frances (E) 333 Haverhill Street, Lawrence 

Marder, Sheila (E) 94 Lancaster Avenue, Revere 

McGonagle, Charles (B) 64 Elm Street, Charlestown 

McNichol, Mary (B) 10 King Street, Peabody 

McSweeney, Catherine (E) 19 Crescent Avenue, Melrose 

Meagher, James (JH) 15 Phelps Street, Salem 

Moss, Sandra (E) 17 Jewett Street, Saugus 



Mugglebee, Stephen ( JH ) 1 Virginia Avenue, Beverly 

Nardi, Gilda (E) 1 Stoney Brook Boad, Methuen 

O'Connor, Mary ( Mrs. ) ( B ) Box 61, Berkshire 

Prost, Barbara (B) 51 Sevinor Boad, Marblehead 

Philpot, Betsy ( E ) 41 Rowell Avenue, Beverly 

Quinn, Thomas ( E ) 585 Western Avenue, Lynn 

Balph, Bernard A., Jr. (JH) 11 Colby Street, Lawrence 

Byan, Angela ( B ) 194 Lawrence Street, Haverhill 

Saben, Alice (Mrs.) (E) Liberty Street, Middleton 

St. Paul, Reynold (E) 605 Main Street, Medford 

Savosik, Peter (B) Ill Orange Street, Chelsea 

Scanlon, Wllliam (JH) 113 Burrill Street, Swampscott 

Sheehan, Nancy (E) 27 Lee Street, Salem 

Sherwood, Donald (JH) 3 Charlesmere Road, Billerica 

Smith, Judith ( Mrs. ) ( E ) 29 Broadwav, Rockport 

Sovas, Chrysanthe ( B ) 124 Grove Street, Haverhill 

Spitz, Robert ( E ) 5 Wheeler Street Court, Lynn 

States, Dorothy (Mrs.) (E) 99 Cottage Street, Everett 

Stearns, Carolyn (E) 16 Mello Parkway, Danvers 

Stefanski, Sandra (E) 15 Boardman Street, Salem 

Swartz, Brenda ( B ) 9 Saturn Road, Marblehead 

Szymanski, Carol (E) 21 Loris Road, Peabody 

Tarason, Robert ( JH ) 16 Concord Street, Lynn 

Towle, Donald ( jH ) 29 Lincoln Street, Manchester 

Trowt, Charles (JH) 36 Brimbal Avenue, Beverly 

Walsh, Edward (E) 11 Silk Street, Chelsea 

Wilson, Barbara (Mrs.) 325 Broadway, Everett 




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